Bulletin of initial assessment decisions under the Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process: En104-6/1E-PDF

"Initial assessment is part of the federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process (EARP) which is used to implement Government policy on environmental assessment. Initial assessment helps determine the potential environmental and directly related social implications of proposals for which the government has a decision-making responsibility. This Bulletin contains summaries of decisions about proposals made as a result of initial assessment"--Introduction, ed. 1.

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Department/Agency Environment Canada. Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office.
Title Bulletin of initial assessment decisions under the Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Continued By Bulletin of initial assessment decisions and panel reviews ; Ed. 6-ed. 9.
Format Electronic
Note Issued also in French under title: Bulletin des décisions prises à la suite d'évaluations environnementales initiales en vertu du Processus fédéral d'évaluation et d'examen en matière d'environnement.
Date c1986-1989.
Chronology Ed. 1 (Apr. 1/Aug. 31, 1986)-ed. 5 (June 1, 1988/Dec. 31, 1989).
Frequency Quarterly
Catalogue Number
  • En104-6/1E-PDF
Subject Terms Environmental policy, Environmental impact assessment

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