Canadian Council on Invasive Species | CCIS

Read Highlights of the National Invasive Species Forum

Ottawa | Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2017

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Canadian Council

on Invasive Species

Provincial Initiatives and Resources

Here are some useful resources and initiatives undertaken by provinces and territories that are available to support the further development of Spotters Networks across Canada:

Prince Edward Island 


Manitoba 

  • People from Manitoba are invited to use EDDMap Prairies for data mapping and resources

Saskatchewan 


Québec 


Ontario

  • Ministry of Natural Resources of Ontario aquatic invasive species field guide
  • Ontario's Invading Species Awareness Program (ISAP) - Supported by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters 
  • Report Sightings EDDMap 
  • Get involved - Invasive Species Watch Program
    ISAP staff is tasked with managing some of the first points of contact for the general public including the Invading Species Hotline and the EDDMapS Ontario distribution mapping system. When reports are made through the Invading Species Hotline or EDDMapS Ontario, ISAP staff collect information in order to verify the sighting. This includes notifying the appropriate regulating authority of the reported species if needed (typically for species of concern or high risk). ISAP also acts as a conduit to offer resources to the general public. Documents such as invasive species fact sheets, best management practices, landowner’s management guides, quick reference guides, etc are available from our website: www.invadingspecies.com under the “Resources” section. This includes the OMNRF Field Guide to Aquatic Invasive Species mentioned in your email and some other initiatives between ISAP and the OIPC. 

Alberta


British Columbia


Northwest Territories