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Let us know what you think

Adding the St.Lawrence Beluga Whale to the List of Wildlife Species at Risk will lead to the implementation of a series of prohibitions to protect the species, and to the establishment of a recovery process that could have both positive and negative impacts for stakeholders.

It is now your turn to speak up! By answering the following questions before 12 November 2004, you will ensure the federal government has a complete description and understanding of costs, advantages and impacts when considering the addition of the St.Lawrence Beluga Whale to the List of Wildlife Species at Risk.

How to proceed:

·        Answer the questionnaire (removable) in the proper space below or on separate sheets, and send us by mail at the following address:

Species at Risk Coordination Office

Maurice Lamontagne Institute

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

P.O. Box1000

850 route de la Mer

Mont-Joli, Québec

G5H 3Z4

 ·        Or by fax :

(418) 775-0542

·        You can also send us your answers by email at the following address:



Deadline: 12 November 2004

 For questions or comments concerning the Species at Risk Act or concerning this consultation process, please do not hesitate to write (coordinates above) or to communicate with us at no cost:

 1 (877) 775-0848

 Thank you !