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Progress Reports

A report is required every five years on the actions taken to implement a management plan or recovery strategy, and progress towards meeting its objectives. The plan or strategy is also reviewed, and the outcomes of the review are included in the progress report.

In the NWT, the Conference of Management Authorities compiles the report. The federal government is responsible for reporting on species that are at risk in Canada.

NWT Progress Reports

Below is a list of all NWT species progress reports completed to date by the Conference of Management Authorities.

To see the management plans and recovery strategies for NWT species at risk, click here.

National Progress Reports

For documents related to the federal Species at Risk Act, including progress reports for species listed under the federal Species at Risk Act, visit the Species at Risk Public Registry.