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Project Dalhousie Yacht Club - Travel Lift

  • Location (Dalhousie Yacht Club, Port Dalhousie, ON, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80359
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-19
  • The Dalhousie Yacht Club located at 74 Lighthouse Rd, St. Catharine's, ON on the Twelve Mile Creek, plans to install a travel lift dock. The project will take place on federal lands located in Port Dalhousie Small Craft Harbour, owned by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Small Craft Harbours. The travel lift dock will be installed over an existing concrete boat ramp to facilitate boat launching. The project will consist of driving two rows of in water steel piles to support the travel lift's

Project Tataskweyak Cree Nation Environmental Remedial Actions at the Former Federal School Site

  • Location (Tataskweyak Cree Nation Split Lake 171, Manitoba)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80493
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-19
  • The "Former Federal School Site" (the Subject Property) is located within the community of Split Lake, at the eastern end of the peninsula that extends into Split Lake (Attachment 1: Figure 1). The Subject Property has recently been developed with four multi-tenant residential buildings. Petroleum hydrocarbon impacts have been identified at the Subject Property and remedial actions are required to address those impacts.   Between 1973 and 1984, the Subject Property was

Project Cogswell District Redevelopment Program, Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) Activities on Department of National Defence (DND) Property

  • Location (CFB Halifax, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80488
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-19
  • Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) has initiated a Cogswell District Redevelopment Program that includes a roundabout structure. To facilitate its construction, HRM is proposing to conduct work on Department of National Defence (DND) property at the Dockyard. Proposed activities include building/structure demolition and removal, roadwork and parking lot expansion and building construction. Construction work may also occur at Willow Park.

Project Fraser River Pile and Dredge No. 8 Road Barge Ramp Maintenance Dredging

  • Location (Richmond, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80421
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-19
  • The Applicant proposes to dredge the waterlot generally located adjacent to Portside Road, Richmond to remove accumulated sediments at the barge ramp at this site in the Fraser River. The project consists of the dredging of less than 4,000 cubic metres of sediment with a clamshell dredge and transporting the dredged sediment to the Point Grey disposal at sea site, subject to approval by Environment and Climate Change Canada. If approved, the dredging is scheduled for mid-February and will occur

Project Seaspan Ship Load-out Gravel Bed and Shoreline Protection

  • Location (North Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80423
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-19
  • Seaspan proposes to construct a ship load-out gravel bed in Burrard inlet adjacent to their facility located at 10 Pemberton Avenue in North Vancouver. The gravel bed (7,500 square metres) is proposed in order to launch newly constructed Canadian Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Navy vessels. Seaspan also proposes to install slope protection using rip-rap (1,500 square metres) as part of a proposed infill of the east basin at the site. The project will require marine habitat offsetting under a

Project Cascadia West Rail Extension

  • Location (Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80491
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Canadian Pacific is proposing a rail track extension and modification west of the Cascadia Terminal along the south shore of the Burrard Inlet, west of Second Narrows in Vancouver. The rationale for the proposed extension and modification is to improve capacity and service to the terminal. The proposed project involves the connection of the existing L29 and K10 rail tracks and includes the realignment and installation of new rail, of which approximately 30 metres is within the Vancouver Fraser

Project Vito Shipyards Wharf Repairs

  • Location (Delta, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80492
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Carlson Construction Group proposes to conduct structural wharf repairs and installation of new gantry cranes at their Vito Shipyard located at 9497 River Road, Delta. The structural repairs at the wharf include replacement of the sheet pile wall and installation of a new geotube, which is a geotextile scour protection structure that prevents shoreline erosion from underneath the wharf. Structural repairs to the wharf include the installation of steel support piles and repairs to timber

Project Improvement of energy efficiency of multiple buildings to lower the ecological footprint of the military base

  • Location (3 Wing Canadian Forces Bagotville, near La Baie in the city of Saguenay, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80490
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • This project consists of work execution, labor, materials/supplies and tools needed for the improvement of the energy efficiency of the base real property with measures to lower greenhouse gas emission. The work includes but is not limited to the: · Replacement of all lighting systems by LED lights. · Installation of destratification fans to improve indoor air circulation. · Installation of variable frequency drives (VFD) on fans. · Modification of ventilation

Project Mississauga First nation - Gas Bar Tank Removal

  • Location (Mississauga First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80489
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Mississauga First Nation has an abandoned gas bar, known formally as Willey's Gas Bar, which has underground storage tanks still in the ground. The previous owner has indicated that he does not have the funds to remove these tanks, and is in violation of Environment Canada storage tank laws. Mississauga First Nation will be removing these tanks, and removing any contaminated soil associated with these tanks as part of a remediation process for this site. A TSSA certified contractor will be

Project Runway End Safety Areas at Edmonton International Airport

  • Location (Edmonton International Airport, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80414
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is required to develop Runway End Safety Areas (RESA's) to comply with Transport Canada's requirements under Aerodromes Standards and Recommended Practices (TP 312) 5th Edition. The objective of a RESA is to have an area free of objects other than frangible visual aids required to be there by function, so as to reduce the severity of damage to an aircraft overrunning or undershooting the runway, and to facilitate the movement of rescue and fire

Project Okanagan Indian Band Business Park Phase 1

  • Location (Lots 1, 1-2, 1-3, and 14, Duck Lake IR7, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80438
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Phase 1 of the Business Park infrastructure development to support future commercial and light industrial uses.  Infrastructure development includes installation of servicing, earthworks and grading, and the construction and improvement of roads to support Phase 1 (Parcels 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5). 

Project Trans Northern Pipelines Inc. (TNPI) Trent River Crossing Repair

  • Location (Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80380
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • The existing TNPI crossing of the Trent River is currently exposed due to bed erosion and scour over the life of the pipeline. TNPI identified the exposure as part of its preventative inspection program, and identified the need to recover the pipe to meet safety requirements. TNPI inspection records indicate that the pipeline itself currently shows no signs of defects and is in a condition that does not warrant replacement. TNPI intends to add gravel material and rock on top of the pipeline

Project Diversification of Forests Within the Main Campground

  • Location (Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80366
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • The proposed project will occur within the boundaries of the Kejimkujik's main campground and entail actions to promote the long term diversification of the Eastern Hemlock dominant forests. The overall goal is to promote the diversity and health of the forest community and address the anticipated future impacts of an invasive alien species, the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid. The proposed actions will involve the implementation of targeted silvaculture treatments through the campground's

Project Tunnel Mountain Campground Winter Use

  • Location (Banff National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80354
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-18
  • Parks Canada Visitor Experience is proposing to use the existing Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds for winter use. This will include an assortment of groomed winter activity trails created in the Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court and Village 1 campgrounds while they are closed to camping and covered in snow. This proposal consolidates lessons learned from previous pilot seasons and describes a stable offer to be implemented during 2019-20 and future winter seasons. The components include: a) Machine

Project Josephine Cone Mine Project

  • Location (Ignace, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Comprehensive study under CEAA 1992
  • Status: Terminated
  • Reference Number: 66282
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Please note that the Josephine Cone Mine Project was terminated at the request of the proponent, and was then restarted under a new name, Bending Lake Iron Project (80181). The proposed project consists of the construction, operation, decommissioning and abandonment of an open-pit iron ore mine with an ore production capacity of 56 000 tonnes per day and a metal mill with an ore input capacity of 56 000 tonnes per day (the Project), located approximately

Project Shawanaga First Nation- Construction of Three (3) New Homes

  • Location (Shawanaga First Nation, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80486
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Shawanaga First Nation is in the process of developing three new band owned homes for community members in the community. The homes will be constructed on undeveloped lands, and each will have hydro and a septic system. Water will be supplied via communal water supply. Migratory bird species are noted in the area, however an on-site biologist will be utilized during tree clearing and construction to ensure no nesting species are present during tree clearing or construction. It is noted that

Project West Flemish Pass Exploration Drilling Project

  • Location (375 kilometres northeast of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Assessment Type: Environmental assessment under CEAA 2012
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80161
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Chevron Canada Limited is proposing to conduct an exploration drilling project within its exploration licence in the Flemish Pass, located approximately 375 kilometres northeast of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Atlantic Ocean. As proposed, the West Flemish Pass Exploration Drilling Project would allow the proponent to determine the presence, nature, and quantities of the potential hydrocarbon resource in exploration licence 1138.

Project Sagamok First Nation- Tree Clearing and School Construction Project

  • Location (Sagamok New School, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80485
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Sagamok Anishnabek First Nation is presently examinig the feasability of building a new school in their territory. During the study, a location was determined which would be suitable for this new school. In order to potentially move forward with the construction at a later date, the community will need to clear trees from the lot to ensure minimal disruption of migratory birds in the area. A building will potentially be constructed, pending available funding, connected to propane gas, and

Project Construction of Gazebo - Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site

  • Location (Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80385
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • This project aims to construct a gazebo at Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site in the green space adjacent to the Superintendent's residence to attract visitors, enhance visitor experience and quality of services. Construction will occur between June and August 2020. This project will be assessed with a basic impact assessment.

Project Application for a special event permit to allow a snowmobile event to pass through Akami-uapisku - KakKasuak - Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve

  • Location (Akami-Uapishk?-KakKasuak-Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve, Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80388
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Cain's Quest is a snowmobile race held biannually during early March in central and southern Labrador. Up to 50 two-person teams will come from all over the world to participate in this endurance event, which covers approximately 3100 kilometers through the Labrador wilderness. Two segments of the proposed 2020 route pass through Akami-uapisku – KakKasuak – Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve; an eastern segment is 85.3 kilometers long, while the western segment is 16. 5

Project Fortis Alberta Solar Project and Battery Storage

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80389
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Fortis Alberta is proposing to construct a Battery Energy Storage and Solar Project in Waterton Lakes National Park. The Project will provide power storage capacity in the event of a line outage and will supply the Waterton Townsite with back-up power for approximately four hours under peak load conditions. The project involves installation of a pre-fabricated Battery Energy Storage System and photovoltaic solar panels at locations still to be assessed and confirmed. Fortis Alberta will be

Project Aquatic Invasive Species Inspection Station

  • Location (Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80400
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-17
  • Parks Canada is proposing to construct a new facility to conduct watercraft inspections for Aquatic Invasive Species. The inspection station will be constructed on an existing disturbed footprint near the Park entrance gate. The scope of work may include minor roadway work including realignment to facilitate vehicle access to the site, site preparation work including grading, paving, installation of a washroom facility, utility work, and installation of an inspection building. Parks Canada will

Project Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging)

  • Location (Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging), British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80413
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-16
  • Centerm Expansion Project - Amendment (Condition 66 - Dredging) The Proposed Project The Centerm Expansion Project proposes to carry out dredging from February 28 to April 5, 2020 which is outside the Burrard Inlet least-risk window.. This would require an amendment to condition 66 of the approved Centerm Expansion Project (PER No. 15-012-02), which states: 66. There shall be no dredging during the fisheries sensitive period from March 1 to August 15, inclusive. Other in and near water

Project Nanaimo Vancouver Passenger Only Ferry Service - South SeaBus Terminal - Project Permit No. 18-044-02 - Extension to the Expiry Date

  • Location (Nanaimo Vancouver Passenger Only Ferry Service - South SeaBus Terminal - Project Permit No. 18-044-02 - Extension to the Expiry Date, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80482
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • The Permit Holder proposes to carry out physical activities related to the completion of the Nanaimo Vancouver Passenger Only Ferry Service at the South SeaBus Terminal up until December 31, 2020. This would require an extension to the approved project permit (PER No. 18-044-01), which has an expiry date of February 28, 2020. The extension is being requested as a result of project scheduling delays. The scope of works that would be completed during the extended period remains unchanged and

Project Fraser Grain Terminal - Grain Export Facility - Project Permit No. 15-041-04 - Amendment (Condition 36 - Extended Hours)

  • Location (Fraser Grain Terminal - Grain Export Facility - Project Permit No. 15-041-04 - Amendment (Condition 36 - Extended Hours), British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80481
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Fraser Grain Terminal Ltd. (the Permit Holder) proposes to carry out physical activities related to the installation of the shiploader for the construction of the Fraser Grain Terminal Grain Export Facility continuously (24 hours, 7 days a week) for approximately 30 consecutive days in the period from June 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020. The Permit Holder also proposes to carry out physical activities related to electrical works for the construction of the facility between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Project Repair work on lock No. 5 of the Lachine Canal

  • Location (Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80479
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • The PCA wishes to proceed with major repairs on lock No. 5 of the Lachine Canal. The project will involve work primarily on the mechanical, electrical and automated systems. The plan is to change several mechanical parts on the doors and guillotine valves, replace the electrical systems of the doors and valves, and  make a few adjustments to the electrical panels and control boxes that open the doors and valves. It is also expected that some work will be done on the structure, such as

Project Kings Mill Park Shoreline and Habitat Work

  • Location (Kings Mill Park Shoreline and Habitat Work, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80480
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Concert Properties, on behalf of City of North Vancouver, propose to conduct shoreline and habitat work along a 670 metre section of the shoreline at Harbourside Drive in North Vancouver. A larger redevelopment project, the Harbouside Waterfront Development Project, includes mixed-use commercial and residential community development, construction of four new pocket beach habitats, and the installation of a sheet pile wall. These works  are located on municipal lands, and are therefore

Project Standing Offer for General Construction at CFB Borden, Ontario

  • Location (Canadian Forces Base Borden, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80407
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Real Properties Operation Borden Detachment proposes to create a Standing Offer for General Construction activities that would include all the buildings at Canadian Forces Base Borden. The types of general construction activities include: · the manufacture, repair, supply, install and modification of carpentry and/or millwork · minor electrical in support of multi–discipline works · the manufacture, repair, supply, install and modification of concrete and/or

Project Fort McMurray First Nation Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

  • Location (Fort McMurray First Nation, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: Completed
  • Reference Number: 80231
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Fort McMurray First Nation is proposing new water and wastewater servicing infrastructure, suitable to provide water and sewage servicing for 600 people on the Fort McMurray #468 First Nation reserve. Potable water will be provided (as treated) by the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) via a service pipe (treatment is off reserve, by others). The project includes a new potable water reservoir and pumping station, new water distribution piping, new sewage collection

Project Installation of Interpretive Panels for an Underwater Pathway at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre

  • Location (Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80406
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • The Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park plans to install underwater interpretive panels for divers for education and promotion purposes at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre (MEDC) located in Les Escoumins. The panels will be located within the boundaries of the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park.   The project consists of the installation of 6 to 9 panels measuring approximately 11'' x 14''. They will be submerged along a pathway running from West Creek to Anemone

Project Radio Tower Replacement at Administration Building

  • Location (Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80417
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Pukaskwa National Park will replace an existing communications tower (60 ft tall) with a new communications tower (~120 ft tall), adjacent to the Administration building. Obsolete infrastructure will be removed. Lighting and obstruction marking of the new tower will follow Transport Canada Standard 621 or occur as directed by Transport Canada. Construction will include excavation, use of standard boom truck, mini-excavator or backhoe, cast-in-place or pre-cast concrete.

Project Point Pelee Marsh Restoration Project

  • Location (Point Pelee National Park, Ontario)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80420
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Since 1959, the overall percentage of open water area in the Pelee Marsh has decreased by 10% due to the expansion of cattails and Phragmites, degrading the habitat quality in the marsh. The park is proposing to use mechanical means to increase the open water in the marsh and decrease the aerial extent of invasive species. Heavy equipment will be used to cut channels and ponds in strategic areas win the marsh. Hand tools and small scale herbicide will be used to remove invasive plants. The

Project Parks Canada Agency - Trail 8c Re-route in Jasper National Park

  • Location (Jasper National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80425
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • This project will be assessed with a basic impact assessment. Trail 8c, in its current condition, is impassable. The project footprint is about 2225m long x 1.5m large. The route is not fixed as it can be altered to avoid tree removal. It is expected that 15-20 smaller trees will require removal.  Small excavator, skid steer and track dumper will be used in construction. Hand tools will be needed for trail shaping and more detailed work.

Project Replacement of Three Culverts and Resurfacing of the Access Road to the Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site

  • Location (Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site, Quebec)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80429
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • The purpose of the project is to resurface the access road leading to the parking lot at the Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site and replace three culverts, two of which are located in the fish habitat (Ruisseau du Lavoir). These works are at the end of their useful life and must be replaced in order to maintain infrastructure compliance, ensure visitor safety and protect the environment of the national historic site. The planned interventions include pulverization of the existing

Project Oasis Accommodations at Kejimkujik Group Campsite

  • Location (Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80435
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • The project will entail the establish of five new pre-fabricated accommodation units, associated picnic areas and fire pits within the exiting Group campsite at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. Approximately 140m of new trail will be constructed to access the new accommodations, with ~100m of buried electrical service installed.

Project Biocontrol of Yellow Toadflax using Rhinusa pilosa, in Prince Albert National Park

  • Location (Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80430
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-14
  • Yellow toadflax is a widely distributed perennial invasive plant that reproduces by seed and extensive creeping rhizome. The plant is extremely hardy and  has the ability to densely infest large areas and crowd out native vegetation, making it a threat to ecological integrity in Prince Albert National Park. Herbicide spraying of yellow toadflax has occurred in several locations in Prince Albert National Park with limited success. Using a biological control agent offers an additional option

Project Proposed Trail - Alexander Graham Bell Museum

  • Location (Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, Nova Scotia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80478
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-13
  • This project proposes to develop a new trail from the entrance of the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site to the upper parking area (approximately 800 m). The trail construction project is proposed to be a collaborative undertaking involving Indegenous and community partnerships, and incorporating a trail building training exercise. The project is intended to begin in Fall 2020.

Project Crean Channel Modification

  • Location (Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80439
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-13
  • The Crean Lake Channel, which joins the 3rd Heart Lake to Crean Lake has periodically been a hazard to boaters due to submerged rocks, which can damage boat props and motor legs. A partial modification was carried out by volunteers in 2003; hazardous rocks were removed by hand and relocated to the edge of the channel.  With lower water levels in recent years, the channel is again a safety issue. A group of concerned lake users approached to the park with a proposal to more permanently

Project Control of English Hawthorn on Sidney Island

  • Location (Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, British Columbia)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80441
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-13
  • Invasive English hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) has been identified as a key threat to meadow plant communities on Sidney Island by Parks Canada, the Sidney Island Community, and academic researchers. Management of English hawthorn has been ongoing since 2008 but the English hawthorn population has been progressively expanding into open meadows. English hawthorn shrubs are able to aggressively resprout from untreated stumps and root fragments, rendering traditional control methods of hand

Project Badger Lake Non-Native Trout Removal

  • Location (Banff National Park, Alberta)
  • Assessment Type: Project on federal lands
  • Status: In progress
  • Reference Number: 80449
  • Last Modified: 2020-02-13
  • The Badger Lake non-native trout removal project aims to help restore the aquatic environment from the legacy of historic trout stocking policies. Badger Lake is located on the upper reaches of the Cascade River Watershed within Banff National Park. The main phases of the project include the movement of gear and personnel to the site (phase 1), eradication of trout from Badger Lake using methods of gill netting and electrofishing (phase 2, 4, and 6), periods of passive winter gill netting

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