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November 22, 2017, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Formed pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) considers and makes decisions on development permit applications, acts as the municipality’s subdivision approving authority, and provides advice to Council on planning and development related matters. Council Policy G2 #4. Due to the semi-judicial nature of the subject matter and possible litigious action that may fall out of decisions from certain bodies, the unadopted minutes for the Assessment Review Board hearings, the Municipal Planning Commission, and the Subdivision/Development Appeal Board shall not be posted on the web-site.
November 22, 2017, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Exshaw Community Centre
Curious about how fish make a living? Fish exist beyond our range of vision in an
environment alien to us humans. Remarkably, they are marvellously well adapted to the watery medium they call home. The fish of the Eastern Slopes of Southwestern Alberta have adapted to a tough, rigorous landscape. How have they managed this feat? What are some of the challenges fish have, now that we share their watersheds? What has happened, and what is happening to native fish in the headwaters of southern Alberta rivers? Even if you don’t fish this presentation will be of interest to you, as a resident in watersheds where fish swim. Together we will explore fish biology, ecology, distribution, history and trends.
Lorne Fitch is a Professional Biologist, a retired Fish and Wildlife Biologist and an Adjunct Professor with the University of Calgary.