Closed Calls for Input

Closed calls for input are listed below.

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Public Engagement: Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction System

Initiative: 
Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system
Deadline: 
2 Aug 2019

Alberta Environment and Parks is seeking feedback on their proposed Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system. From the Public Engagement page:

Overview

We’re asking Albertans and industry stakeholders for feedback on the proposed Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system to make sure it's designed to meet the needs of Alberta's environment and economy.

Call for Comments on proposed amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations

Initiative: 
Proposed amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations
Deadline: 
31 Jul 2019

Environment and Climate Change Canada is proposing amendments to the Migratory Birds Regulations. From the Regulatory Impact Statement:

Let's Talk Waterton

Initiative: 
Waterton Lakes National Park Management Plan
Deadline: 
3 Jul 2019

From the Let's Talk Mountain Parks website

Are you inspired by the beauty and history of Waterton Lakes National Park? Help shape the future of this special place.

New management plans are due in 2020 for all mountain national parks, including Waterton Lakes National Park.

Call for Comments: Proposed Project List (Impact Assessment Act)

Initiative: 
Discussion Paper on the Proposed Project List
Deadline: 
31 May 2019

From the Impact Assessment Regulations website:

The Government of Canada is committed to putting in place better rules (External link) for major projects that protect the environment, respect Indigenous rights, and strengthen our economy.

Call for Comments:Information Requirements and Time Management Regulations (Impact Assessment Act)

Initiative: 
Information Requirements and Time Management Regulations (Impact Assessment Act)
Deadline: 
31 May 2019

From the Impact Assessment Regulations website:

The Government of Canada is committed to putting in place better rules (External link) for major projects that protect the environment, respect Indigenous rights, and strengthen our economy.

Call for Comments: Proposed Terms of Reference for Coalspur Vista Coal Mine Phase II Project

Initiative: 
Coalspur Mine (Operations) Ltd. (Coalspur) Vista Coal Mine Phase II Project
Deadline: 
16 May 2019

The proposed Terms of Reference for Coalspur Mine (Operations) Ltd. (Coalspur) Vista Coal Mine Phase II Project are now available for public comment. Comments are due to the Director by May 16, 2019.

Call for Feedback: Park Management Plan for Jasper National Park

Initiative: 
Review of the park management plan for Jasper National Park
Deadline: 
30 Apr 2019

From the Let's Talk Mountain Parks website:

We are beginning to review the park management plan for Jasper National Park. We would like to hear your views on the future of Jasper National Park. Browse our website. Fill out a survey. Attend a public meeting.

What is a park management plan?

A management plan is the road map that guides Parks Canada’s work in a national park to:

  • protect natural and cultural resources
  • facilitate visitor experiences and learning opportunities
  • collaborate with other organizations and Indigenous partners

Management plans are prepared in consultation with the public and Indigenous peoples.

For more information and to submit your feedback 

Call for Comments: draft ambient air quality guidelines for Total Reduced Sulphur

Initiative: 
Proposed ambient air quality guideline - Total Reduced Sulphur (TRS)
Deadline: 
15 Mar 2019

Alberta Environment and Parks has posted their draft Ambient Air Quality Guidelines for Total Reduced Sulphur (TRS).

Comments, questions or suggestions regarding the content of this ambient air quality guideline can be emailed or forwarded to:

Email: [email protected]

Address:

Public Comments Invited: Cascade Power Plant Project

Initiative: 
Cascade Power Plant
Deadline: 
3 Mar 2019

From the CEAA Public Notice:

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) must decide whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the proposed Cascade Power Plant Project, located in Yellowhead County, Alberta.

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