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  1. Located at the Canada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW) in Burlington, Ontario, the Aquatic Life Research Facility is a $4.6M state-of-the-art laboratory designed for studying fish and aquatic life health in the contexts of toxicant and stressor exposure. Built as a joint project between Environment Canada and Fisheries and Oceans Canada, it provides space for scientists, graduate students, and university partners. It has several features intended to ensure that safety of research animals is maintained, including security controlled entrances and exits. Several projects are already being scheduled for the new facility, including:Potential toxicology of oil sands tailings water, sediments and effluentsToxicology of priority Chemicals Management Plan chemicals to fish, turtles and amphibiansEffects of altered food chains on reproduction in lake troutFor more information, please contact:Douglas Laing, Facility ManagerAquatic Life Research FacilityEnvironment Canada,Canada Centre for Inland Waters867 Lakeshore Rd.Burlington, ON, L7R 4A6
  2. Environment Canada's research scientists and technical staff are located across Canada. Find profiles of scientists, their locations, research priorities, professional interests and accomplishments.. Environmental Science ExpertsScientists and technical professionals at Environment Canada work together and with collaborators to produce data and knowledge essential for policies, regulations, enforcement, and federal and international codes and standards.Access experts by using the A to Z index belowSearch profiles by Expertise CategorySearch all profile text for specific termsBrowse the Expertise CategoriesIf you are anEC employee working in theS&T fieldand want to create or modify a profile, contact Strategic Intelligence Section for instructions.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
  3. Environment Canada oversees several key programs that advance innovative environmental technologies. These programs provide advice and services to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), independent verification of environmental performance claims, and in some cases, funds to technology developers.. Science and Technology ProgramsArctic and Marine Oilspill ProgramScience Horizons Youth Internship ProgramWater Quality Monitoring and Surveillance Programs:National Fish Contaminants Monitoring and Surveillance ProgramGreat Lakes Precipitation NetworkGreat Lakes Surveillance ProgramNational Pesticides Monitoring and Surveillance NetworkPharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products Surveillance Network

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