We are gathering input to help inform the development of a surface water quality management framework for the Upper Athabasca Region to ensure Albertans continue to have access to abundant supplies of clean water.
These surface water quality management frameworks will identify clear objectives for managing surface water quality in the upper Athabasca river, and consider the impacts of all development activities in the watershed on water quality.
Your input will help us better understand the priorities and concerns of Albertans who live, work and recreate in the region.
June 22 to September 17, 2021
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Environment and Parks
Read the resources or watch the video below to learn more about environmental and surface water quality management frameworks:
- Cumulative Effects Management and Environmental Management Frameworks Factsheet (PDF, 98 KB)
- Surface Water Quality Management Frameworks Factsheet (PDF, 376 KB)
- Upper Athabasca Region Surface Water Quality Management Framework: At a glance (PDF, 274 KB)
- Draft Ambient Surface Water Quality Indicators for the Upper Athabasca Region (PDF, 60 KB)
- Upper Athabasca Region map (PDF, 428 KB)
- Video: Episode 5 – Environmental Management Framework
Provide your feedback through an online survey from June 22 to September 17, 2021.
A webinar was held on July 8 and featured a 45 minute presentation followed by a 45 minute question and answer session.
Watch the webinar to learn more: Upper Athabasca Region Surface Water Quality Management Framework Webinar.
We will meet with Indigenous communities and organizations to ensure their perspectives are heard and that a new framework reflects Indigenous values and traditional uses.
We will meet with key stakeholder groups during the engagement.
Your feedback will help contribute to the creation of a surface water quality management framework for the Upper Athabasca Region under Section 14 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act until subsequent incorporation under a regional plan and the Alberta Land Stewardship Act.
Last updated: July 9, 2021
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