Species Act Routinely Broken

A parliamentary committee is citing Environment Canada and other agencies for repeatedly breaching a federal law to protect threatened fish and wildlife. The finding follows a 2014 Federal Court ruling that regulators took extraordinary delays — up to 11 years — in enforcing their own Species At Risk Act: “It is not an aspirational goal; it’s a binding legal requirement.”

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