NORTH AMERICAN WETLANDS
CONSERVATION COUNCIL (CANADA)
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    NAWCC (Canada) Secretariat
    15th Floor, Place Vincent Massey
    351 St. Joseph Boulevard
    Gatineau, Quebec
    K1A 0H3
    NAWMP@ec.gc.ca
  • Who We Are

    North American Wetlands Conservation Council (Canada) members are drawn from federal, provincial and/or territorial governments and non-government organizations. The partnership includes 19 members:

     

     

    Role

    Details

    No.

    Council Chairs

    Executive Director, Canadian Wildlife Service; NGO Representative (currently Ducks Unlimited Canada)

    2

    Council Vice Chair

    Director Habitat Conservation Management, Canadian Wildlife Service

    1

    Plan Committee Member

    NAWMP Plan Committee Co-Chair

    1

    Habitat Joint Venture Representatives

    Eastern, Prairie, Canadian Intermountain and Pacific Coast

    4

    Species Joint Venture Representatives

    Black Duck, Sea Duck, Arctic Goose

    3

    Non-governmental Organizations - Grantees

    Ducks Unlimited Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation

    3

    Non-governmental Organizations - Other

    Bird Studies Canada, Nature Canada, Wildlife Habitat Canada
    (others may be added, as required)

    3

    Provincial/Territorial Representatives

    Quebec Natural Resources and Wildlife Ministry; New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy; Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment; Government of Manitoba

    4

    In addition, the NAWCC (Canada) Staff co-Chairs, Association of Fish and Wildlife Canadian NAWMP Coordinator, and the Director, Wildlife Research Division, Environment Canada hold ex-officio status on the NAWCC (Canada) and help to facilitate coordination of Council's various activities. Since 2003, a NAWCC (Canada) Staff Committee has been formally operating to inform Council and implement the objectives and decisions of Council.


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