Report on Plans and Priorities 2013-14
Analysis of Programs by Strategic Outcome
Sub-program 2.1.1 - Education and Shared Stewardship
The Education and Shared Stewardship Program consists of the suite of essential activities for promoting compliance, through strategies such as education, promotional campaigns, and engagement of partners and stakeholders. Educational activities raise awareness and understanding, resulting in a more informed public and resource users improving their ability to comply with regulatory requirements. Promotional campaigns cultivate a conservation ethic in stakeholders and the general public, motivating them to higher rates of voluntary compliance. Engagement of First Nations, clients, and other interest groups in compliance management decision-making and in the delivery of compliance functions increases a sense of ownership and stewardship responsibility in the management regimes for aquatic resources. The Program will evolve from strictly school visits and other activities aimed at the general public towards further engagement of targeted resource user groups and the seafood supply chain. Collectively, Education and Shared Stewardship programs promote compliance and build support for the future.
Financial Resources ($ millions)
Human Resources (FTE)
|Users of Canadian fisheries and oceans have access to relevant information and are informed of the rules and regulations relating to the protection of Canada's fish and fish habitat||Percentage of dedicated hours that Fishery Officers are engaged in outreach activities||10% by March 31, 2014|
The Education and Shared Stewardship Sub-program is part of the Compliance and Enforcement Program.
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