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If you have questions about the Species at Risk Act or the consultation process, or would like to submit a workbook please feel free to contact us.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Attn: Species at Risk Consultations
200 – 401 Burrard Street
Tel: (604) 666-2792
In Person: Any Fisheries and Oceans Office
The government’s decision on whether or not to list the species will be based on an understanding of the costs and benefits of the impacts of protection and recovery on First Nations, individuals, organizations, industries, and Canadian society in general.
How to use this workbook:
Please consider the questions provided below, and provide a response to any or all of the questions that interest you. It is important that you indicate which species your comments are intended for. You may wish to fill out one set of questions for each species if your answers are different for each, but you can combine your answers on one form if they pertain to all the species you tick off at the beginning. One extra copy of the questionnaire is attached to the workbook and more are available as noted below. Additional briefs or letters can be appended to this workbook.
The four options available for submitting the workbook are:
1. Submit written responses at the consultation sessions.
2. Download a word or Pdf version of the workbook at:
3. Fill out the workbook on-line
4. E-mail completed electronic versions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Mail completed hard copies to the address above.
Workbooks must be submitted by Friday, December 10 2004. Please note: the consultation period for white sturgeon may be extended.
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