Recovery Strategy for the Carmine Shiner (Notropis percobromus) in Canada
- Executive Summary
- Introduction and Background
- Threats To The Survival Or Recovery Of The Species and Knowledges Gaps
- Species Recovery and Consultations
- Appendix A: Threats Assessment Analysis
- Appendix B: List Of Consultations
- Appendix C: Record Of Cooperation And Consultation
Appendix C: Record Of Cooperation And Consultation
Aboriginal Organizations and First Nations:
Letters, plain language summaries of the recovery strategy and factsheets were sent to the following First Nations: Anishnaabeg of Naongashiing, Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation, Northwest Angle No.33, Northwest Angle No.37, Shoal Lake No.40, Wabaseemoong Independent Nations, Anishinaabeg of Kabapikotawangag Resource Council, Bimose Tribal Council, Grand Council Treaty 3, Chiefs of Ontario, "Metis Nation of Ontario, , Region 1", Brokenhead Ojibway Nation, Buffalo Point First Nation, Fort Alexander First Nation (Sagkeeng), Black River First Nation, Southeast Resource Development Council, Southern Chiefs Organization, Assembly of Manitoba Cheifs , Manitoba Metis Federation, "Manitoba Metis Federation, Southeast Region", Métis National Council, Assembly of First Nations and Metis Nation of Ontario. Comments were received from the Manitoba Metis Federation.
The Province of Manitoba participated jointly with the DFO in the development of this recovery strategy. Comments were also received on a draft version on the strategy prior to its posting on the SARA Public Registry.
Concurrent with posting of this recovery strategy on the SARA Public Registry, announcements were placed in local newspapers inviting public comment. In addition, information packages were forwarded to specific stakeholders with an identified interest in the recovery strategy including resource users, non-government organizations and local government inviting their comment. All comments received were considered prior to posting of the final recovery strategy.
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