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Consultation Workbook Survey
Laurentian North population of Atlantic Cod
The government's decision on whether or not to list a species under the Species at Risk Act (SARA) will be based on a full description and understanding of the costs and benefits of the impacts of protection and recovery on individuals, organizations, Aboriginal groups, industries, and Canadian society in general.
This survey form can be used to provide your opinions about listing the Laurentian North population of Atlantic cod under SARA as a threatened species. Comments are welcome from individuals of all backgrounds, whether you are engaged in activities that may be affected by Atlantic cod conservation efforts or are a citizen with an interest in Atlantic cod. For the purpose of this workbook survey, Laurentian North population of Atlantic cod means 4RS3Pn3Ps.
You should read the consultation workbook before completing these questions.
About the Consultation Workbook Survey
The consultation workbook survey asks you to answer a series of questions that require reflection about your views relating to the conservation and recovery of Laurentian North population of Atlantic cod. There are a variety of question formats in this survey. There are also numerous opportunities for personal responses to further explain your views. If you would like to keep the introductory sections of this workbook, please feel free to detach this section and return only the survey.
Please return your workbook by November 19, 2004, to:
Resource Management – Species at Risk Unit
200 Kent Street– Stn 13S029
Ottawa , Ontario
If you would like more information on the other populations of Atlantic cod and/or wish to provide comments relating to the proposed additions of those populations to the SARA, please visit http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca to access an electronic version of the Atlantic cod consultation workbooks.
The information that you provide is important! We very much appreciate the time and effort you take to complete this survey!
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