4 edition of Fisheries Assessment Units in Ontario found in the catalog.
5069-85 NRReport of SPOF Working Group No. 13.Bibliography: p. 18.Microreproduction of the original published : Toronto: Ministry of Natural Resources, 1984. 19 p.
|Statement||Ontario Ministry of Govt. Services|
|Publishers||Ontario Ministry of Govt. Services|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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work with regulatory agencies such as the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Processes are also in place to protect the environment when work on the provincial transportation system is undertaken. Protecting the environment MTO's Environmental Policy Office develops policies and standards to:• These documents were developed through extensive consultation with provincial and Fisheries Assessment Units in Ontario regulatory agencies, internal and external stakeholders and the public.
For the majority of work undertaken, MTO applies the approved process documented in the PDF - 1. If environmental impacts can't be avoided, the ministry takes steps to mitigate them.
Catharines, ON L2R 7R4 By phone : 905-704-2098 Recommended for you• provide a formal process to assess the impact of transportation projects on the environment MTO's give MTO and its agents guidance and tools to:• Every provincial transportation project undergoes an environmental assessment process or review before it can proceed.
protect the environment during all stages of a transportation facility's life• Environmental assessments Environmental assessment is a legislated planning process that helps MTO make environmentally responsible decisions before provincial transportation projects are completed. make sure the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of transportation projects and facilities comply with federal and provincial laws that protect the environment• Contact the ministry Ministry of Transportation Environmental Policy Office 2 nd Floor South 301 St.
These projects include work on new or existing facilities, as well as routine maintenance. The Ministry of Transportation must comply with the environmental laws of Ontario and Canada.
During the environmental assessment process, MTO tries to avoid environmental impacts. They will continue to be updated as regulatory requirements and ministry processes and procedures change.
If environmental impacts can't be avoided, the ministry takes steps to mitigate them.
During the environmental assessment process, MTO tries to avoid environmental impacts.
Processes are also in place to protect the environment when work on the provincial transportation system is undertaken.