Canada-Alberta Section 11 Conservation Agreement for Woodland Caribou

Alberta is working towards an agreement with Canada that will set out how the two governments will work to stabilize and recover woodland caribou populations in Alberta.

Working with the Government of Canada on a draft agreement also reduces the risk of the federal government issuing an Emergency Protection Order or Critical Habitat Protection Order in relation to Alberta’s caribou populations or ranges, which could have negative effects on Alberta’s reputation, investor confidence, jobs and the economy.

We want your feedback on the draft agreement before it is finalized.

For more information:

We welcome your input and questions. You can participate on this page by completing the survey and asking questions about the draft agreement. The deadline to participate is October 6, 2019.

Alberta is working towards an agreement with Canada that will set out how the two governments will work to stabilize and recover woodland caribou populations in Alberta.

Working with the Government of Canada on a draft agreement also reduces the risk of the federal government issuing an Emergency Protection Order or Critical Habitat Protection Order in relation to Alberta’s caribou populations or ranges, which could have negative effects on Alberta’s reputation, investor confidence, jobs and the economy.

We want your feedback on the draft agreement before it is finalized.

For more information:

We welcome your input and questions. You can participate on this page by completing the survey and asking questions about the draft agreement. The deadline to participate is October 6, 2019.

Draft Agreement Review Questions

Personal information you provide in responding to the Caribou Section 11 Conservation Agreement Review Questions is collected under the authorization of Section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and is managed in accordance with Part 2 of the FOIP Act. Any personal comments/opinions will be aggregated and used to inform the final version of the conservation agreement. Your personal information will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose than stated, without your specific written consent or unless required to do so by law. Should you wish to have your personal information removed, corrected or have any other questions, please contact the Director of Land and Environmental Planning, North: 780-427-8019 or: 310-0000 to be connected toll-free from outside the Edmonton area.

CLOSED: This survey has concluded.