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Wind Turbines and Birds: A Guidance Document for Environmental Assessment [Environment and Climate Change Canada]

Publisher: 
Environment and Climate Change Canada
Year of publication: 
2007

Wind energy projects have the potential to affect birds adversely through direct fatalities, disturbance, and habitat loss. The purpose of this document is to outline the nature of information needed in an EA to identify, assess, monitor and mitigate the potential adverse effects of wind energy projects on birds, especially migratory birds and species at risk (SAR). This is an essential component of any EA of wind energy projects.

2012 Metal Mining Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) Technical Guidance Document [Environment Canada, EC]

Publisher: 
Environment Canada
Year of publication: 
2012

The Metal Mining Effluent Regulations under the Fisheries Act direct metal mines to conduct environmental effects monitoring (EEM) as a condition governing the authority to deposit effluent. This technical guidance document for EEM studies presents the most applicable generic designs currently available without being an exhaustive list of methodologies. This technical guidance document replaces the 2002 version.

Energy FACT BOOK 2019-2020

Publisher: 
National Energy Board
Year of publication: 
2019

The purpose of the Energy Fact Book is to provide key information on energy markets in Canada in a format that is
easy to consult. The abbreviations used throughout this publication are listed in Annex 2.
This is an interim update prepared for the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference and is based on data and
information available as of July 2019. A final version will be published in September 2019 with remaining updates.
All data is subject to revisions by statistical sources. In some instances, more than one source may be available

Gasoline and Motive Fuel Purchaser's Permit [New Brunswick Department of Finance]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Finance
Year of publication: 
2012

The Gasoline and Motive Fuel Tax is a provincial tax on the purchase or consumption of gasoline and motive fuel and is administered by this department.

Forest Product Markets [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

A review of major Canadian forest product markets and key commodities.

Forests in Canada - Economic Benefits [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

A short review of the importance of forests in Canada, particularly with regards to the benefits of timber and non-timber products.

Aboriginal Business Partnerships in Forestry [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada
Year of publication: 
1997

This report explores different Aboriginal business partnership methods in forestry, how they work, and situations that each are best suited for.

First Nations Forestry Program: Forestry Business Planning Guide [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada
Year of publication: 
2001

A guide to aid First Nations in forestry related business planning, particularly with regards to the national First Nations Forestry Program.

Canada's Boreal Forest Economy: Economic and Socioeconomic Issues and Research Opportunities [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada
Year of publication: 
2008

Canada’s boreal forest economy faces many challenges and opportunities. The current industry structure reflects past resource and economic conditions, government policies, and industry strategy. As economic conditions and the resource change, industry, communities and governments must also adjust. Forest sectors vary from one region to another, but all boreal regions face similar challenges.

Pulp and Paper Green Transformation Program [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

The new Pulp and Paper Green Transformation Program will lay the groundwork for a greener, more sustainable future for Canada’s pulp and paper sector by supporting innovation and environmentally friendly investments in areas such as energy efficiency and renewable energy production. It will allow pulp and paper mills in Canada to further reduce their greenhouse gas emissions while helping to position them as leaders in the production of renewable energy from forest biomass.

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