WCS Canada Comments - Recommendations to Yukon Government for a New Public Lands Act to Replace and Modernize Existing Legislation - 30 May 2022
WCS Canada's recommendations to the Yukon Government for a New Public Lands Act to replace and modernize the existing legislation.
WCS Comments - WCS recommendations for OEWG- May 2022
WCS’s Position Paper for the Fourth Session of the Open-Ended Working Group, Nairobi, June 2022, regarding the final draft of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework.
Joint Comment - Proposed Amendment to the Greenbelt expansion ERO #019-4485 - 22 April 2022
Sixty-two organizations signed a letter to the Honorable Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, to convey disappointment over the narrow scope of the proposed expansion to the Greenbelt in Ontario. The letter recommends a new, expanded approach to urban river valleys (URVs), the inclusion of the Paris Galt Moraine, cancellation of Highway 413 and the Bradford Bypass, and includes a list of places that should be added to the Greenbelt expansion.
WCS Canada Comments _Science & Research Parliamentary Committee Submission re Study on Top Talent, Research and Innovation_April 2022
WCS Canada provides comments to the Science & Research Parliamentary Committee regarding their Study on Top talent, research and innovation. This letter highlights the critical role of civil society scientists and the limited opportunities currently available to them through the Tri-Council pathways to advance science partnerships. We share some of the current opportunities and challenges we face in advancing scientific research to improve conservation outcomes that address government commitments and priorities for the environment and Indigenous Peoples. Finally, we provide recommendations on ways Canada can more fully integrate civil society science as crucial components of the “research ecosystem” in this country as a means of encouraging and retaining top talent on research and innovation.
WCS Canada Comments - Response to ERO 019-5249 Mining Claims in Far North Ontario -- 20 April 2022
WCS Canada response to the Claim Group Incorporated Mineral Exploration Permit (ERO 019-5249). This permit is staking claims that cross the boundaries of Kesagami Provincial Park and is prohibited by Ontario legislation. WCS Canada requests that the claims crossing the boundaries of Kesagami Park be withdrawn.

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