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Policies and Guidelines

  • Range Plan Guidance for Woodland Caribou, Boreal Population (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies and guidelines developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These guidelines address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Can ...
  • Species at Risk Act - Policy Principles (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies and guidelines developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These guidelines address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Can ...
  • Species at Risk Act Permitting Policy [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Approach to the Identification of Critical Habitat under the Species at Risk Act when Habitat Loss and Degradation is Not Believed to be a Significant Threat to the Survival or Recovery of the Species - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Listing Policy for Terrestrial Species at Risk - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Policy on Critical Habitat Protection on Non-federal Lands - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Policy on Protecting Critical Habitat with Conservation Agreements under Section 11 of the Species at Risk Act - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Policy on Survival and Recovery - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Species at Risk Policies - Policy Regarding the Identification of Anthropogenic Structures as Critical Habitat under the Species at Risk Act - [Proposed] (2016)
    This document is one of a suite of Species at Risk Act (SARA) policies developed to support predictable, clear, and consistent implementation of the Act. These policies address key areas of the SARA cycle. They are designed to provide clarity for jurisdictions, Indigenous organizations and communities, and stakeholders on the requirements of the Act and to clarify how the Government of Canada or Environment and Climate Change Canada meets its obl ...
  • Directive on the Application of Species at Risk Act Section 33 (Residence) to Aquatic Species at Risk (2016)
    Under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA), residence is a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating. The Directive on the Application of Species at Risk Act Section 33 (Residence) to Aquatic Species at Risk  describes how Fisheries and Ocean ...
  • Directive on the Identification of Critical Habitat for Aquatic Species at Risk (2016)
    Under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA), critical habitat (CH) is the habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of listed extirpated, endangered, or threatened species, and that is identified as CH in a recovery strategy or action plan. The Directive on the Identification of Critical Habitat for Aquatic Species at Risk is intended to be used by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) recovery practitioners and those who work with DFO ...
  • Guidelines for Permitting Under Section 73 of the Species at Risk Act (2016)
    Under section 73 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA), the competent minister may enter into an agreement or issue a permit authorizing a person to engage in an activity affecting a listed wildlife species, any part of its critical habitat, or the residences of its individuals. These guidelines provide information to permit seekers on how to apply for a SARA permit.
  • Critical Habitat Identification Toolbox (2016)
    Under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA), critical habitat (CH) is the habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of listed extirpated, endangered, or threatened species, and that is identified as CH in a recovery strategy or action plan. This CH Identification Toolbox is intended to be used by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) recovery practitioners and those who work with ECCC in the development of recovery documents ...
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada Species at Risk Act Listing Policy and Directive for “Do Not List” Advice (2014)
    The Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Species at Risk Act (SARA) Listing Policy and Directive for "Do Not List" Advice have been developed by DFO to operationalize the Species at Risk Act. Policy instruments establish consistent approaches; identify how to manage significant risks; and put into action guiding principles for implementatio
  • Activity Set-back Distance Guidelines for Prairie Plant Species at Risk (2011)
    Scientific literature specifically addressing set-backs for conserving species at risk in grassland ecosystems is not readily available. As such, the following guidelines represent an interpretation of related literature and expert opinions. These plant setback distance guidelines were developed for use in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. These guidelines represent advice to help land managers make proactive mitigation decisions about new indu ...

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