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Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s (DFO’s) conditions of licence for marine finfish aquaculture contain monitoring and intervention requirements to minimize the potential exposure of wild and farmed fish to sea lice. The Industry Sea Lice Abundance Counts report is updated monthly. It shows which Atlantic salmon farms were actively raising fish during the month and the results of industry's monthly sea lice monitoring.
Please see the Open Data page for DFO sea lice audits of BC marine finfish aquaculture sites to see data from 2011 to 2015.
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List of television program logs submitted by television undertakings.
Please note that data for 2014 is only available as listed.
The Government of Canada Core Subject Thesaurus is a bilingual thesaurus consisting of terminology which represents all the fields treated in information resources of the Government of Canada. It contains 4,991 terms in English and 5,059 in French, including 2,299 preferred terms in English and 2,300 in French. All fields of knowledge are represented in the thesaurus, to varying degrees. Because of the great variety of subjects covered by the thesaurus, its terminology is rather general. By design, it does not include specialized terminology used in specific and limited disciplines.
This monthly publication is intended primarily for healthcare professionals and includes information on pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices and natural health products.
Briefing binder used by Minister Petitpas Taylor before the Senate Standing Committee on Official Languages (OLLO) on June 5, 2023
Industry classification system that classifies economic units that have similar production processes in the same industry. This is a supply-based or production-oriented economic concept. [Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada]
Insolvency Statistics in Canada by Forward Sortation Area (FSA)
A forward sortation area (FSA) is a way to designate a geographical unit based on the first three characters in a Canadian postal code. All postal codes that start with the same three characters—for example, K1A—are together considered an FSA. [Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada]