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    Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO): Canadian Waters

    Welcome to Canadian Waters — the web site linking you to useful and interesting information about Canada’s oceans and fish habitat. Canadian Waters provides you with information about our activities and programs and shows you how you can get involved.

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    Environment Canada: Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) – Quebec

    We are Canada's national wildlife agency and we handle wildlife matters that are the responsibility of the federal government. This includes the protection and management of migratory birds and nationally important wildlife habitat, endangered species, research on nationally important wildlife issues, control of international trade in endangered species, and international treaties.

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    Government of BC: Ministry of Water, Land & Air Protection – Environmental Protection Division

    The EPD works to protect human and environmental health. Its main goals are to: improve air quality; reduce greenhouse gas emissions; improve surface and ground water quality, including sources of drinking water; redevelop a provincial plan for reducing and removing toxins and waste that contaminate the land, air and water — and for responding to high-risk environmental emergencies; and enhance environmental stewardship, shared with other stakeholders.

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    CWWA: Quality Parameters Database

    You may search this database to identify legislative and non-legislative tools referring to specific quality parameters that may have an impact on the operations and management of your water or wastewater systems.

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    Environment Agency: Water Resources

    The Environment Agency has a duty to secure the proper use of water resources in England and Wales. We monitor water in the environment, and issue 'abstraction licences' to regulate who can take water from the environment. These specify the amount of water someone can take from a location over a period of time. We also have a long term strategy for Water Resources that looks 25 years ahead and considers the needs of both the environment and society.

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