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Legal Listing of Aquatic Species
- Information on Species (Blue Whale and Sei Whale)
- Information (Humpback Whale and Enos Lake Stickleback)
- Information (Speckled Dace and Salish Sucker)
- Information (Cultus Lake Sockeye Salmon and Interior Fraser Coho)
- Information (Sakinaw Lake Sockeye Salmon and Bcaccio)
- Contact Information
- Appendix 1: Glossary of Terms
Species of Interest:
1.a) Based on what you have learned about the Species at Risk Act, do you think the listing of the species of interest to you would affect your activities? How?
b) If a legal listing will affect your activities, do you see these effects as a cost or benefit to you? In what way?
c) For you, would the costs or benefits of a legal listing change over time? If so, how would they change and do you have any suggestions on how to minimize the impacts?
d) Over the next 5 years what do you think are the most important social and economic indicators that government should monitor?
2. In order to be truly effective, the recovery of species at risk must be a cooperative process that includes organizations and individuals with knowledge of these species and the threats is faces. How can relevant parties be included in the recovery of the species?
3. How can you as an individual, or your industry or organization as a group, participate in the recovery of the species? Give examples of particular activities, if you can.
4. Please add any other comments or concerns (include additional sheets, if necessary).
Please send us your comments by Wednesday March 31, 2004
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