Closed Calls for Input

Closed calls for input are listed below.

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Public Input Period: Proposed Biodiversity Stewardship Area Wildland Provincial Park in the Lower Athabasca Region

Initiative: 
Proposed Biodiversity Stewardship Area Wildland Provincial Park in the Lower Athabasca Region
Deadline: 
24 Feb 2019

Deadline extended to February 24, 2019

From: Alberta Environment and Parks

Have your say on the future of Bighorn Country

Initiative: 
Bighorn Country Proposal
Deadline: 
15 Feb 2019

The Government of Alberta is holding public information sessions to ensure more Albertans can provide feedback on the proposal for Bighorn Country.

In the spirit of Kananaskis Country, the Government of Alberta is proposing a mix of parks and public lands in the Bighorn region that would preserve natural landscapes while supporting a wide range of world-class tourism and recreation opportunities.

Albertans are invited to review the proposal and provide feedback by Thursday, Jan. 31. The government has already received more than 2,000 online submissions and held several stakeholder meetings. A telephone town hall will be held in the coming weeks.

Take the online survey

Public Notice: Grassy Mountain Coal Project — Public Comments Invited

Initiative: 
Grassy Mountain Coal Project
Deadline: 
21 Jan 2019

November 5, 2018 – The Joint Review Panel for the Grassy Mountain Coal Project announces today the start of a comment period on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and the Addenda submitted by Benga Mining Limited related to the environmental assessment of the project.

Call for Input: Draft 5-year Air Quality and Deposition Monitoring Plan

Initiative: 
Draft 5-year Air Quality and Deposition Monitoring Plan
Deadline: 
15 Jan 2019

From: Environmental Monitoring and Science Division

Attached for your review and comment by January 15, 2019 is the DRAFT report called “A five-year provincial air quality and deposition monitoring, evaluation and reporting plan (2019-2023)” prepared by Environmental Monitoring and Science Division (EMSD) of Alberta Environment and Parks. This plan is intended to guide the work of EMSD for air quality and deposition monitoring, evaluation and reporting for the next five years. Stakeholder input and awareness of this plan is fundamental to its successful implementation.

Call for Statements of Concern: Castle Mountain Resort expansion

Initiative: 
Castle Mountain Resort Future Development
Deadline: 
16 Nov 2018

Castle Mountain Resort is currently a winter ski and snowboard resort in the MD of Pincher Creek #9 on the NE 24-04-04 W5M, which is public land held under a license of occupation (DLO). Castle Mountain Resort Inc. is proposing to add summer activities, increase the winter activities and develop additional base area facilities to accommodate a larger number of visitors.

Call for Comments: Draft Surface Water Allocation Directive

Initiative: 
Draft Surface Water Allocation Directive
Deadline: 
9 Nov 2018

Deadline extended to November 9

From the Talk AEP website:

Alberta’s rivers and lakes support important environmental, recreational, cultural, aesthetic and economic values. The Water for Life strategy strives to provide:

Proposal to Reclassify and Expand Twin River Heritage Rangeland Natural Area

Initiative: 
Proposal to Reclassify and Expand Twin River Heritage Rangeland Natural Area
Deadline: 
30 Sep 2018

Alberta Environment and Parks is seeking input from the public and stakeholders on the proposed reclassification and expansion of the Twin River Heritage Rangeland Natural Area (Twin River HRNA). Twin River HRNA is located in southern Alberta, approximately 10 km west of the Town of Milk River and currently protects over 19,000 hectares (47,000 acres) of grassland within the Milk River Ridge. 

AWC wants your input on Source Water Protection in Alberta

Initiative: 
Protecting Sources of Drinking Water in Alberta
Deadline: 
14 Sep 2018

Is your organization involved in or supporting source water protection approaches? Are you an individual who relies on a private source of drinking water? If so, the Alberta Water Council wants to know more about your work in protecting drinking water sources in public and private systems. Complete their survey and enter your name in a prize draw!

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