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Critical Habitat Orders

  • Critical Habitat of the Misty Lake Lentic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) Order: SOR/2018-208 (2018-10-31)
    The Misty Lake Lentic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) and the Misty Lake Lotic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) [hereafter referred to as the Misty Lake Sticklebacks] are freshwater fishes that are restricted to a single lake-stream complex on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In November 2006, the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) assessed the status of the Misty Lake Sti ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Misty Lake Lotic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) Order: SOR/2018-209 (2018-10-31)
    The Misty Lake Lentic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) and the Misty Lake Lotic Threespine Stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) [hereafter referred to as the Misty Lake Sticklebacks] are freshwater fishes that are restricted to a single lake-stream complex on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In November 2006, the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) assessed the status of the Misty Lake Sti ...
  • Critical Habitat of Atlantic Whitefish (Coregonus huntsmani) Order: SOR/2018-182 (2018-09-19)
    The Atlantic Whitefish (Coregonus huntsmani) is a Canadian endemic fish species known historically to occur in two watersheds in southwestern Nova Scotia. Once anadromous, the species has continued to decline in abundance and distribution, and presently occurs as a single lake-resident population distributed amongst three small, interconnected, semi-natural lakes in the Petite Rivière watershed. In this last remaining refuge, its status continues ...
  • Critical Habitat of Carmine Shiner (Notropis percobromus) Order: SOR/2018-183 (2018-09-19)
    The Carmine Shiner (Notropis percobromus) is found in the Whitemouth, Birch and Winnipeg river watersheds in Manitoba. While there is no evidence that Carmine Shiner populations have declined over time, because of its limited distribution and abundance, the species may be sensitive to future anthropogenic disturbances. In November 2001, and in April 2006, the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) assessed the status o ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata) Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield Population Order (2018-08-22)
    The objective of the Critical Habitat of the Western Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata) Great Lakes / St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield Population Order (the Order) is to support the survival and recovery of Western Chorus Frog (GLSLCS) through the legal protection of its critical habitat on federally administered lands in Ontario and Quebec.
  • Critical Habitat of the Eastern Sand Darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) Quebec Populations Order (2018-07-25)
    The objective of the Recovery Strategy over the long term (20 years) is to promote the growth of existing populations to ensure their viability and, wherever possible, to restore historical populations that have disappeared. The short-term (within five years) objective of the Recovery Strategy is to maintain Eastern Sand Darter populations throughout the species’ distribution in Quebec and prevent their decline. Efforts to meet the short- and lon ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) Order (2018-07-25)
    The long-term recovery goal (greater than 20 years) set out in the Recovery Strategy for the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) in Canada is to maintain current populations of the Lake Chubsucker and to restore viable populations to formerly occupied wetland habitats. Efforts to achieve this recovery goal are ongoing and involve a number of recovery objectives outlined in the Recovery Strategy for the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) in Canada. ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Northern Bottlenose Whale (Hyperoodon ampullatus) Scotian Shelf Population Order (2018-07-25)
    The recovery goal, set out in the Recovery Strategy, is to achieve a stable or increasing population of the Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population and to maintain, at a minimum, its current distribution. Efforts to achieve this recovery goal are ongoing and involve a number of recovery objectives outlined in the Recovery Strategy. Current threats to the Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population, as identified in the Recover ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Spring Cisco (Coregonus sp.) Order (2018-07-25)
    The recovery goal, as set out in the Recovery Strategy, is to improve the status of the Spring Cisco and increase the species’ abundance. Efforts to meet the population and distribution objectives are ongoing and supported by the measures described in the Recovery Strategy. Current threats to the Spring Cisco, as identified in the Recovery Strategy, include new residential areas (principal and secondary residences) that have gradually been built ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) Inner Bay of Fundy Population Order (2018-07-21)
    The iBoF salmon require a variety of freshwater and marine habitats to complete a life cycle, and as a salmon grows to maturity, habitat requirements change. Freshwater iBoF salmon habitat consists of riffles, runs and staging or holding pools found below complete natural barriers in rivers. IBoF salmon streams are generally clean, cool, well oxygenated, and have bottom substrates composed of assorted gravel, cobble and boulder.
  • Critical Habitat of the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) Order (2017-12-16)
    The long-term recovery goal (greater than 20 years) set out in the Recovery Strategy for the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) in Canada is to maintain current populations of the Lake Chubsucker and to restore viable populations to formerly occupied wetland habitats. Efforts to achieve this recovery goal are ongoing and involve a number of recovery objectives outlined in the Recovery Strategy for the Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) in Canada. ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Northern Bottlenose Whale (Hyperoodon ampullatus) Scotian Shelf Population Order [Proposed] (2017-12-16)
    The recovery goal, set out in the Recovery Strategy, is to achieve a stable or increasing population of the Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population and to maintain, at a minimum, its current distribution. Efforts to achieve this recovery goal are ongoing and involve a number of recovery objectives outlined in the Recovery Strategy. Current threats to the Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population, as identified in the Recover ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Beluga Whale (Delphinapterus leucas) St. Lawrence Estuary Population Order (2017-12-13)
    Under SARA, the critical habitat of aquatic species identified in a recovery strategy must be legally protected within 180 days after the posting of the final recovery strategy on the Species at Risk Public Registry. Critical habitat not mentioned in subsection 58(2) must be protected either by the application of the prohibition against the destruction of critical habitat in subsection 58(1), or by provisions in, or measures under, SARA or any ot ...
  • Critical Habitat of the Eastern Sand Darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) Ontario Populations Order (2017-12-13)
    The long-term objective of the Recovery Strategy is to maintain self-sustaining, extant populations and to restore self-sustaining populations to formerly occupied habitats, where feasible. Efforts to achieve both the short-term and long-term goals are ongoing and are supported through measures outlined in the Recovery Strategy. Present threats to the Eastern Sand Darter as identified in the Recovery Strategy, include turbidity and sediment loadi ...
  • Critical Habitat of the North Atlantic Right Whale (Eubalaena glacialis) Order (2017-12-13)
    The Order is made to satisfy the obligation to ensure that the identified critical habitat of the North Atlantic Right Whale is legally protected. With this Order, the North Atlantic Right Whale benefits from the prohibition in subsection 58(1) of SARA against the destruction of any part of its critical habitat. The prohibition applies to anyone undertaking activities in and around the North Atlantic Right Whale’s critical habitat that would resu ...

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