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Environment committee  I can speak on behalf of Environment and Climate Change Canada. I speak to the deputy minister about this issue every time I meet with him. It's very much a live topic, and our minister speaks about this issue and this challenge on a very regular basis. I think it's very much

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Sue Milburn-Hopwood

Environment committee  , ecological restoration of ecosystems, climate change science, and management of human-wildlife conflicts, which you've heard about in the media, our staff in the natural sciences portfolio has grown by approximately 20% since 2013. I think that if you look at a number of our publications

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Kevin McNamee

Environment committee  . Collaborations with other departments are ongoing and contribute to our focus on ecological integrity. The Pukaskwa National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park are collaborating on a multi-year study with Environment and Climate Change Canada to assess impacts of diet on fish-eating

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Robin Lessard

Environment committee  I'll try. First of all, I think, the big picture—and that's in play right now—is broad national targets on various things that everybody commits to equally and then works on together on to try to meet those targets, whether it's on climate change or whatever. More specifically

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Geoffrey Quaile

Environment committee  To speak about the coast, we've seen evidence of climate change in ice patterns and in ice changes in terms of transportation. A lot of accidents have happened along the bays. It's too early to say whether these protected areas could help that or how that could happen. I'm sure

October 18th, 2016Committee meeting

Chantal Otter Tétreault

Environment committee   and financed, these areas have the potential to protect key areas of ocean essential for Inuit communities and Arctic wildlife. These areas can be used to monitor the pace and extent of climate change and provide jobs and training opportunities for Inuit experts. The good news

September 29th, 2016Committee meeting

Trevor Taylor

Environment committee   conservation targets or a marine protected area, is that when we manage a species, we have to take care of not only a certain area, but also sometimes a larger area. We see the impact of fishing in one area versus the impact on another area and the impact of climate change with fish moving

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Philippe Morel

Environment committee   and Climate Change Canada that are focused specifically on working with the ranching and farming communities.

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Sue Milburn-Hopwood

Environment committee   and territories, conservation groups, and others. Now I would like to outline the five areas of our plan under which all of this robust collaboration takes place. My colleague from Environment and Climate Change Canada has explained the important contribution of the Scott Islands marine

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Philippe Morel

Environment committee   the terrestrial target, while Fisheries and Oceans Canada will lead the work on the marine target of 10%. Parks Canada and Alberta Parks are co-chairing the national steering committee, whose membership also includes directors from Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Environment and Climate Change

October 4th, 2016Committee meeting

Rob Prosper

Environment committee  Mr. Crowley certainly hit the highlights. Those are good jobs that may require some training. In parallel, we worked with the town of Arviet to help them create a protection system against polar bears, which are more often in the town now because of climate change, and that has

September 29th, 2016Committee meeting

David Miller

Environment committee   of tourists and somebody's going to open up a restaurant, and blah, blah, blah. That's BS on one end, and there's probably a pile of it on the other end too. What we know we need to know is what is happening with the northern environment in the face of climate change, and who better to do

September 29th, 2016Committee meeting

Trevor Taylor

Environment committee   values have become more known. Certainly, community values were already there, but we know more of them now. Other economic values, such as like fishing and conservation, are also present. Furthermore, we're in a new world of climate change, where eventually there will be a hard cap

September 29th, 2016Committee meeting

Paul Crowley

Environment committee  Good morning. I'm pleased to be here to speak on behalf of Public Safety Canada and my colleagues from Environment and Climate Change Canada, Infrastructure Canada, and the National Research Council of Canada on chapter 2, on federal support to mitigate the effects of severe

June 2nd, 2016Committee meeting

Lori MacDonald

Environment committee  I very much appreciate where it's coming from, but at the same time, we are looking at CEPA, which will cover the chemicals management plan. We are looking at climate change, which will cover the climate resiliency and the flood mitigation aspect of it. As much as I love

June 2nd, 2016Committee meeting

Mike BossioLiberal