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Read the National Communications Framework

February 24 2017

The National Communications Framework addresses communications specifically and is intended as an outline to guide each invasive species organization involved with CCIS in developing their own actions plans for communications that reflect the national programs and the collaboration required to achieve behaviour change in Canadians. 

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CFIA: Asian Longhorned beetle compensation for property owners

May 25 2016

CFIA regulatory amendments for elimination of Asian longhorned beetle by property owners. 

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Canadian Council on Invasive Species applauds federal government regulations

June 19 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. June 19, 2015 – Williams Lake, BC: The Canadian Council on Invasive Species (CCIS) is applauding the federal government for putting into force new regulations to deal with aquatic invasive species in Canada.

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Government of Canada Announces New Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations

June 18 2015

Government of Canada News Release, June 17, 2015—Ottawa: The Honourable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, announced that new regulations to strengthen the prevention of aquatic invasive species (AIS) in Canadian waters have come into force.

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Invasive species organizations will create North American Invasive Species Framework

November 10 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nov. 10, 2014 – Williams Lake, BC: Following last month’s Weeds Across Borders, the bi-annual gathering of professionals and organizations working in invasive species management from Canada, the United States and Mexico, a North America Invasive Species Framework will be created to link existing federal plans, national strategies, and to identify shared priorities and monitoring indicators to prevent and contain invasive species across the continent.  

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Invasive species experts want more involvement from public

October 15 2014

CBC News, Oct. 14, 2014, by Andrew Foote: Invasive species experts from across North America are in Ottawa this week to find new ways to stop their spread, including giving the public a better view of the role they can play. The Weeds Across Borders conference is held every two years in either Canada, the United States or Mexico. 

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Invasive species organizations from Canada, US and Mexico meet in Ottawa October 14-17

October 9 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 10, 2014 – Williams Lake, BC: Professionals and organizations working in invasive species management from Canada, the United States and Mexico will gather in Ottawa for Weeds Across Borders from October 14-17, 2014, an international conference about preventing and stopping invasive species from spreading. 

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