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The recognition of Aboriginal self-government and the development of land claim agreements are reshaping environmental assessment across Canada. The Agency has worked with Aboriginal groups and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada to ensure that EA regimes developed under these comprehensive land claims, self-government agreements and economic sector arrangements meet keyenvironmental assessment requirements and take specific Aboriginal interests into account.

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During the reporting period, the Agency continued to promote more effective and efficient environmental assessments, and better coordination with other departments and jurisdictions. As a result of commitments in Budget 2007 and the Cabinet Directive on Improving the Performance of the Regulatory System for Major Resource Projects, the Agency was given additional fundingto undertake new roles and responsibilities. During 2007-2008, the Agency, therefore, devoted significant attention to activities necessary to fulfill its part in this multi-departmental initiative.

 

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Constitutionally, environmental management is an area of jurisdiction shared by various levels of government. The Agency worked with provincial and territorial governments to minimize duplication and delays by bringing about greater cooperation in EAs of major projects. It continued to implement existing federal-provincial EA cooperation agreements, and worked with provincial andterritorial governments on a broad range of EA issues.

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The central role of the Government of Canada is to improve the well-being of its citizens, and a sustainable economy is essential to attain that outcome. Success depends on the reconciliation of environmental considerations with economic growth. The Agency has played a pivotal role in providing Canadians with high-quality environmental assessments, which have contributed toinformed decision making in support of the Government of Canada's role in promoting and fostering sustainable economic growth.


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Under the Canadian Constitution, responsibility for environmental management is an area of shared jurisdiction among various levels of government. To minimize duplication and delays, the Agency works with provinces and territories to foster greater cooperation in environmental assessment and promote the consistent, predictable and timely application of environmental assessmentacross Canada. This shared environmental management responsibility is realized by implementing or renewing bilateral agreements, and by working with provinces and territories to improve the coordinated delivery of environmental assessment.

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In Canada, responsibility for the environment is shared between the federal, provincial and territorial governments. Building a framework for more integrated environmental assessment depends on effective coordination between the different levels of government. The Agency has been working closely with its counterpart provincial and territorial organizations through the CanadianCouncil of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) to explore ways of strengthening EA coordination. The Agency co-chairs a task group under the CCME that, by the end of 2008, is to identify and recommend options to coordinate provincial/territorial and federal EA processes more effectively.

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Central to the Agency's mandate is giving all proponents, including the federal government, access to the tools and guidance needed to provide complete information on projects and their potential adverse environmental effects, to support the timely and predictable administration of the Act. With the new responsibilities established for the Agency under the Cabinet Directive onImproving the Performance of the Regulatory System for Major Resource Projects, proponents from both the private and public sectors will benefit from a more certain and timely environmental assessment process.

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The Agency provided funding, advice and administrative support to federal departments for the development of class screening reports to promote and streamline the EA process for routine projects. It also continued to fund research and development aimed at helping the federal government improve the practice of environmental assessment in a relevant, credible and efficient manner,and encourage innovation and excellence. The first quality assurance report, on the subject of federal screenings under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, was published in December 2007.