Current Calls for Input

Open consultation opportunities are listed below. For additional public consultation opportunities, visit the links under "More Public Consultations.

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Call for Comments: Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Human Health: Lead

Initiative: 
Draft Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Human Health: Lead
Deadline: 
30 Jul 2020

Draft Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Human Health: Lead are available for public review and comment until July 30, 2020.

Scientific Criteria Document

Fact Sheet

The draft provisional guidelines revise the 1999 Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for lead for the protection of human health only. The soil quality guidelines for lead for the protection of environmental health have not been revised. Read more about Call for Comments: Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Human Health: Lead

Protecting Canada's Fresh Water

Initiative: 
Creation of a Canada Water Agency
Deadline: 
31 May 2021

From the Environment and Climate Change Canada website:

Share your ideas about current and future freshwater management challenges in Canada and the role a new Canada Water Agency could play in keeping our freshwater resources safe, clean and well-managed for generations to come.

How to participate

Visit our website

Share your ideas or comments by visiting our PlaceSpeak site.

Send us an email

Submit your comments by email to [email protected].

Consultation goal

The Government of Canada, through Environment and Climate Change Canada and support from Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, is seeking public input on freshwater challenges in Canada and how a Canada Water Agency can further protections for Canada’s freshwater resources.

Over the course of this consultation, we will be publishing discussion aids and posing specific questions on our PlaceSpeak site to find out what Canadians would like to see in this new Agency and how we can further protections for Canada’s most important resource.

Share your ideas or comments Read more about Protecting Canada's Fresh Water