Did you know the original legislation to protect the overharvesting and unregulated commerce of migratory birds was enacted in 1918? In this issue of the Regulatory Bulletin, we highlight the much-needed modernization of the Migratory Birds Regulations, what this means for efforts to protect migratory birds and their habitat, as well as 2 significant updates to the Species at Risk Act.
In Alberta and British Columbia, it is the duty of a project proponent to demonstrate due diligence by conducting wildlife surveys prior to construction or disturbance taking place. For more information on wildlife surveys or assistance with your project, please contact Tanya Cairns, VP of Science and Consulting.
About: This bulletin highlights the regulatory changes and updates within the energy and natural resource sectors in North America that the Integrated Sustainability team has been tracking through June 2022.
- Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Offset Credit System
- Impact Assessment Agency Releases Forward Regulatory Plan
- Migratory Birds Regulations Update
- New Additions to the Species at Risk Act
- Moving Forward on the Professional Governance Act
- Funding New Technologies in a Quantum Hub
- New Climate Preparedness and Adaptation Strategy
- Dormancy and Shutdown Regulation Notification and Follow-up Obligations
- Changes to Crown Land Access for Offsite Investigations