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Vol. 144, No. 17 — April 24, 2010

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Agreement Respecting the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) Program Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

Notice is herby given that the Minister of the Environment (“the Minister”) has negotiated the proposed MOU with provincial and territorial governments. The Minister is publishing the MOU in accordance with subsection 9(2) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

The National Air Pollution Surveillance Program has been in existence since 1969 and operated without a formal MOU until 2001. The previous NAPS MOU expired March 31, 2006, and this new MOU has been renegotiated with all provinces and territories except Nunavut, which has been informed of the results. The Ministers intend to sign the MOU upon completion of their respective internal processes to secure authority to enter into the MOU.

Interested persons requiring additional information may contact Charles Lin, Director General, Atmospheric Science and Technology Directorate, Science and Technology Branch, Department of the Environment, 4905 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Ontario M3H 5T4 or by email at RNSPA-NAPSINFO@ec.gc.ca.

Interested persons may, within 60 days after the publication of this notice, file with the Minister comments or a notice of objection with respect to the proposed MOU. All such comments and notices must cite the Canada Gazette, Part I, and the date of the publication, and be sent to Charles Lin, Director General, Atmospheric Science and Technology Directorate, Science and Technology Branch, Department of the Environment, 4905 Dufferin Street, Toronto, Ontario M3H 5T4 or by email at RNSPA-NAPSINFO@ec.gc.ca.

A person who provides information to the Minister may submit an accompanying request of confidentiality under section 313 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

JIM PRENTICE
Minister of the Environment

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

CANADA-WIDE NATIONAL AIR POLLUTION SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM

BETWEEN

The Government of Canada (hereinafter referred to as “EC”)

AND

The Provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, and the Territories of Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon (hereinafter referred to as “The Provinces and Territories”)

THE PARTIES HEREBY AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

WHEREAS the Parties have been collaborating in exchanging information and data to facilitate the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) Program for many years;

WHEREAS this Memorandum of Understanding (hereinafter defined and referred to as “MOU”) is to be based on collaboration and on the principle of equitable sharing of costs and work subject to each Party’s limited available resources;

WHEREAS all Parties want this MOU to follow the principles found in the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (“CCME”) Statement of Principles to Guide Cooperative Arrangements on Environmental Monitoring and Reporting, which states that all Parties have equal standing, will act in a transparent manner, and will respect each Party’s jurisdiction, needs, capabilities, and mandate;

IN CONSEQUENCE WHEREOF, the Parties agree to renew the agreement as follows:

1. DEFINITIONS

In this MOU, the terms below shall have the following meanings:

“Canada-wide Air Quality Database” means a federally managed collection of data generated from the NAPS Program, as well as other air quality data generated at air monitoring sites owned and operated by the Parties to this MOU;

“Designated NAPS Site” means a site approved for inclusion in the NAPS network by EC and the province or territory in which the site is located, as specified in the appropriate annex to this MOU;

“Effective Date” means April 1, 2009;

“Fiscal Year” means the period from April 1 in any year to March 31 in the following calendar year;

“NAPS Data” means raw and quality assured data collected from Designated NAPS Sites;

“NAPS Program” means the sum of the Parties’ activities involved in collecting, managing, and disseminating air quality data from Designated NAPS Sites as detailed in the Annexes to this MOU;

“Performance-based Methods” means a method for measuring an air quality parameter that is based on a desired performance specification rather than a strict procedure or product; and

“Quality Assured Data” means data that has been reviewed by the Party who is the originator of the data to ensure that it meets acceptable standards of accuracy and precision consistent with the standards found in the manual entitled National Air Pollution Surveillance Network Quality Assurance and Quality Control Guidelines, Report AAQD 2004-1, Environmental Technology Centre, Analysis and Air Quality Division, Environment Canada, Ottawa, 2004, as modified from time to time.

2. PURPOSE OF THE MOU

2.1 The purpose of this MOU is to

(a) outline the general terms and conditions of cooperation between the Parties in the overall management and support of the NAPS Program;

(b) outline each Party’s roles and responsibilities in collecting, processing, managing, analyzing, and reporting air quality data from Designated NAPS Sites;

(c) identify operational responsibilities of the Parties in acquiring, installing, operating, and maintaining monitoring equipment at Designated NAPS sites;

(d) facilitate cooperation between the Parties in monitoring and reporting activities in order to

(i) support air quality data needs of the NAPS Program, the Canada-wide Standards, the Canada/US Agreement on Air Quality, the Canadian Air Quality Prediction Program, and other joint air quality initiatives that may arise,

(ii) maintain an air quality monitoring network that effectively monitors pollutants of national interest in ambient air,

(iii) coordinate air quality monitoring activities of mutual interest, optimize air quality monitoring and data management resources in meeting air quality program and policy needs, and maximize the effectiveness of the NAPS Program,

(iv) strive for the collection of Quality Assured Data on air quality that is consistent with published NAPS Program guidelines,

(v) maintain a Canada-wide Air Quality Database,

(vi) maintain high scientific standards,

(vii) support development of Performance-based Methods for air quality monitoring where practicable,

(viii) seek standardization in the collection of air quality data through the development and application of common monitoring and data management methods and procedures, including criteria for location of monitoring sites and training of operators,

(ix) exchange data on an equitable, timely, and mutually beneficial basis in accordance with each Party’s respective jurisdiction and scope of activities while also respecting the scientific value of the data, legislation and intellectual property rights of the Parties; and

(e) harmonize air quality data acquisition, processing, and exchange methods among the Parties and where practicable ensure cooperation and coordination of operations carried out under the MOU.

3. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: EC

3.1 EC’s roles and responsibilities under this MOU will be to

(a) participate with The Provinces and Territories in the overall management of the NAPS Program and network;

(b) identify potential Designated NAPS Sites based on priorities identified collectively by the Parties and select Designated NAPS Sites in agreement with The Provinces and Territories for effective delivery of the NAPS Program;

(c) co-ordinate a national quality assurance and audit program which includes provision of calibration services, monitoring station and system audits, interlaboratory studies and fund projects for the NAPS program as specified in NAPS Program annual work plans;

(d) provide ambient air quality monitoring and sampling equipment for Designated NAPS Sites as indicated in the NAPS Program annual work plans to enable a national view of air quality; this includes the cost of maintaining EC equipment deployed at Designated NAPS Sites when the cost of a component is equal to or in excess of five hundred dollars ($500);

(e) provide technical training and support to the other Parties;

(f) provide centralized laboratory analyses for the NAPS Program at 335 River Road in Ottawa;

(g) co-ordinate negotiations between the Parties for the development and validation of new Performance-based Methods for air quality monitoring;

(h) maintain the Canada-wide Air Quality Database which will be located at 335 River Road in Ottawa. The data in the database will be available to all Parties, either on request or via the internet when the Web site is developed and functional;

(i) conduct research and development and special studies in air quality monitoring, sampling, and chemical analysis in consultation with The Provinces and Territories;

(j) convene regular meetings of Parties to the MOU;

(k) co-ordinate national data analysis initiatives;

(l) publish timely annual data reports and reports on national air quality; and

(m) lead the collaborative development of an annual NAPS Program work plan and report in consultation with other Parties to the MOU.

4. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Provinces and Territories

4.1 The Provinces’ and Territories’ roles and responsibilities will be to

(a) participate with EC in the overall management of the NAPS Program;

(b) provide locations for Designated NAPS Sites selected by The Provinces and Territories;

(c) maintain and operate Designated NAPS Sites and instruments in accordance with the terms of this MOU; this includes the cost of maintaining EC’s equipment deployed at Designated NAPS Sites when the cost of a component is less than five hundred dollars ($500);

(d) provide data collection, validation and archiving for Designated NAPS Sites as listed in the Annexes to this MOU;

(e) support the development of standards and Performance-based Methods for air quality monitoring;

(f) provide NAPS Data to EC by March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st of each year for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database; and

(g) share information and data and conduct special studies in air quality monitoring in consultation with the Parties.

5. MEETINGS, WORK PLANS, AND REPORTING

5.1 Annual Management Meetings

(a) The Parties agree to hold a meeting or conference call of NAPS Program managers designated in Schedule A or their representatives at least once a year. The Parties agree that attendance at these meetings is very important, although not mandatory.

(b) Commencing on the Effective Date of this MOU and every alternate year thereafter, if a face-to-face meeting is required by the Parties, the annual management meetings are to be hosted by EC. A provincial or territorial Party selected by The Provinces and Territories will act as co-chair for a period of two (2) years. The co-chair or other province or territory will host one of the two annual meetings during their term. The Parties agree that each Party will host a meeting. The Parties further agree that the hosting Party will provide and be financially responsible for secretariat services for the meeting.

(c) EC will serve as co-chair of the NAPS Program managers meetings and will provide a secretariat function between annual meetings.

(d) Agendas for the meetings of the NAPS Program managers will include issues related to the implementation of this MOU and the overall management and effectiveness of the network and database, including technology transfer.

5.2 Technical Meetings

The Parties will also hold technical meetings, on an as-needed basis, to discuss specific technical difficulties or issues that may arise during the term of this MOU. The Parties will create technical committees that will, for example, help to develop Performance-based Methods for measuring air quality.

5.3 Work Plans

A proposed NAPS Program work plan will be prepared annually by EC for review and approval by the Parties prior to or as soon as possible after the start of the Fiscal Year to which the plan will apply.

5.4 Reporting on the MOU

The Parties to this MOU will report to the public by the NAPS Program Web site and to CCME on current NAPS Program activities and plans for the future development and operation of the NAPS Program. EC will be responsible for preparing a draft annual report for consideration of and finalization by the Parties.

6. OWNERSHIP AND SHARING OF DATA

Subject to the Parties’ respective obligations, which may arise pursuant to applicable federal and provincial legislation, policies, and contractual obligations, the Parties agree that

(a) NAPS Data that is obtained by a Party using equipment deployed by EC at Designated NAPS Sites belongs to that Party. Notwithstanding this right of ownership, the Parties agree that a Party that owns the data will make best efforts to share it fully and freely among the Parties within six (6) months after it was obtained and disseminate it to the public as soon as is practicable. The Parties agree that all NAPS Data will be stored in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database;

(b) laboratory data obtained by EC by means of gravimetric or chemical analysis will belong to EC. Notwithstanding this right of ownership, EC agrees that it will share this gravi-metric and chemical analysis data fully and freely among the Parties within six (6) months after it was obtained and disseminate it to the public as soon as is practicable;

(c) subject to paragraph (d), the owner of the NAPS Data obtained under paragraph (a) and laboratory data obtained under paragraph (b) hereby grants the other Parties non-exclusive and non-restricted rights to use the NAPS Data and laboratory data, including the right to publish it or have it published. It is understood and agreed by the Parties that all Parties have the right to use the NAPS Data on Web sites and in publications;

(d) the NAPS Data, laboratory data, acquisition methods, expertise, or any other information shared under this MOU shall not be disseminated for commercial purposes to any person or organization without the written consent of the Parties that own the NAPS Data, laboratory data, acquisition methods, expertise, or any other information;

(e) the sharing of data covered by this MOU does not preclude the development of other federal-provincial agreements that may be required to support other programs and applications; and

(f) the Parties will provide reciprocal credit and recognition to the Party who provided the data or information by, for example, indicating on Web sites, in publications, and where otherwise warranted such statement of acknowledgment, copyright, and logos identifying the Party who provided the data.

7. OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS MOU

7.1 The Parties agree and understand that this MOU constitutes an administrative agreement between the Parties and nothing in this MOU is to be construed as creating any financial, legal or contractual relations between the Parties enforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction. This MOU is entered into solely for the purposes of sharing information and better management of financial and technical resources of the Parties, which will result in more effective monitoring of air quality in Canada.

7.2 A Party that produces data shall not in any way be held responsible for the way the data is used by another Party, or for the errors that could be contained in the data, or any direct or indirect damage that could be caused by use of the data.

7.3 Each Party agrees to notify the other Parties in writing as soon as possible if, due to circumstances beyond its control, it cannot meet the general terms and conditions of co-operation contained in the MOU. In that case, the Parties, with the defaulting Party’s consent, will collectively consider actions that might be taken to assist the defaulting Party to honour this MOU.

8. TERMS OF THE MOU

8.1 This MOU will take effect on the Effective Date and will terminate five (5) years from the Effective Date.

8.2 Unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties, the Parties agree to review this MOU before six (6) months prior to its termination with the intent to renew it.

8.3 A Party may withdraw from this MOU by providing the other Parties with three (3) months written notice confirming its intention to withdraw.

8.4 The Parties agree that should a Party to the MOU withdraw,

(a) the data made available up until the official withdrawal date shall remain available to all the other Parties; and

(b) EC will remove within sixty (60) days all monitoring and sampling equipment provided under paragraph 3.1(d) from Designated NAPS Sites.

9. ANNEXES AND AMENDMENTS

9.1 The Parties will carry out this MOU in accordance with the terms and conditions herein and any applicable specifications found in the annexes. For greater certainty, it is agreed that the annexes to this MOU form part of this MOU.

9.2 Subject to Article 9.3, this MOU may be amended at any time with the written consent of all Parties.

9.3 The Parties agree that, for any proposed amendments made to an annex or annexes to this MOU, only the written consent of the Parties affected by the amendments will be required. For the purpose of amending annexes, those persons holding the positions identified in Schedule A to this MOU may sign on behalf of the Parties.

9.4 The Parties agree that applicable provisions in any one annex will be available for negotiation in annexes with other Parties.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, HAVING EXAMINED AND AGREED TO THE PRESENT MOU AND THE SECTIONS CONTAINED THEREIN, THE PARTIES HAVE DULY SIGNED.

THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

Deputy Minister of the Department of the Environment 


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF MANITOBA

Deputy Minister of the Department of Conservation


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW BRUNSWICK

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment and Local Government


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment and Conservation


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Deputy Minister for Intergovernmental Affairs


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF NOVA SCOTIA

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment and Labour


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO

Deputy Minister of the Environment


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment and Energy


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC

Deputy Minister of the Ministère de l’Environnement


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC

Associate Secretary General of the Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

Deputy Minister of the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TERRITORY OF NUNAVUT

Deputy Minister of the Department of Sustainable Development


[name]


Date

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON TERRITORY

Deputy Minister of the Department of Environment


[name]


Date

Schedule A

EC
Manager, Analysis and Air Quality Section
Air Quality Research Division
Ottawa

For Alberta
Director of Monitoring, Reporting and Innovation
Alberta Environment

For British Columbia
Director, Water, Air and Climate Change
Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection

For Manitoba
Assistant Deputy Minister
Conservation Programs
Department of Conservation

For New Brunswick
Director, Sciences and Reporting Branch
Department of Environment and Local Government

For Newfoundland and Labrador
Manager, Environmental Science and Monitoring
Pollution Prevention Division
Department of Environment and Conservation

For Nova Scotia
Executive Director
Environmental and Natural Areas Management Division
Department of Environment and Labour

For Ontario
Manager, Air Monitoring and Reporting
Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Branch
Ministry of Environment

For Prince Edward Island
Director, Pollution Prevention Division
Department of Environment and Energy

For Quebec
Chief, Atmospheric Information Service
Ministry of the Environment

For Saskatchewan
Director, Air Quality Section
Environmental Protection Branch
Department of Environment

For the Northwest Territories
Director, Environmental Protection Service
Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development

For the territory of Nunavut
Director, Environmental Protection Service
Department of Sustainable Development

For the Yukon Territory
Director, Environmental Protection and Assessment Branch
Department of Environment

Alberta Responsibilities

Alberta agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Alberta will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Alberta will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Alberta upon request by EC.

Alberta will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Alberta sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Alberta as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Alberta as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 1: Designated NAPS Sites in Alberta

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY ALBERTA

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

90120

EDMONTON SOUTH

113 ST 62 AVE

O3, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90121

EDMONTON EAST

17 STREET AND 105 AVENUE

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

VOC, PAH

90130

EDMONTON CENTRAL

10255 – 104 STREET

O3, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90132

EDMONTON MCINTYRE

4946 89 ST

CONT PM2.5

DICHOT, SPECIATION, PAH

90218

CALGARY EAST

49 AVENUE & 15TH STREET S.E.

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90222

CALGARY NW

39 STREET AND 29 AVENUE NW

O3, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90227

CALGARY CENTRAL

611 – 4 STREET SW

O3, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5, CONT PM10

DICHOT, VOC, PAH

90302

RED DEER

RIVERSIDE DRIVE

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90601

FORT SASKATCHEWAN

9209A-96 AVE

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90701

FORT MCMURRAY

FRANKLIN AVENUE, ATHABASCA VALLEY

CONT PM2.5

 

91501

BEAVERLODGE

BEAVERLODGE RESEARCH FARM

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX

 

92001

GRANDE PRAIRIE

HENRY PIRKER

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CO, CONT PM2.5

 

90402

MEDICINE HAT

CRESCENT HEIGHTS

CONT PM2.5

 

90502

LETHBRIDGE

LETHBRIDGE

O3, SO2, CONT PM2.5

 

91201

HIGH TOWER

SE 11 54 2 W6

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CONT PM2.5

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

British Columbia Responsibilities

British Columbia agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

British Columbia will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

British Columbia will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in British Columbia upon request by EC.

British Columbia will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and British Columbia sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to British Columbia as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve British Columbia as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 2: Designated NAPS Sites in British Columbia

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY BRITISH COLUMBIA

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

100202

PRINCE GEORGE

1011 4TH AVENUE

CO, SO2, TRS, NOX, PM2.5, PM10, O3

DICHOT, VOC

100304

VICTORIA

923 TOPAZ

CO, SO2, NOX, PM2.5, O3

DICHOT

100402

KAMLOOPS

MAYFAIR STREET

CO, SO2, NOX, PM2.5, PM10, O3

DICHOT

100602

PENTICTON

AIR - MOE OFFICE

NOX, PM2.5, PM10, O3

 

100701

KELOWNA

3333 COLLEGE WAY

NOX, PM2.5, PM10, O3

DICHOT

101601

SQUAMISH

38075 2ND AVENUE

SO2, NOX, PM10, O3, TRS

 

101801

CRESTON

PRINCE CHARLES SECONDARY SCHOOL

PM10

 

101901

CRANBROOK

ADJACENT TO 1333 14TH AVENUE S

PM10, PM2.5, O3, NOX

 

102102

NANAIMO

280 LABIEUX ROAD

PM2.5, NOX, CO, SO2,

 

102401

SMITHERS

ST JOSEPHS SCHOOL

CO, NOX, PM2.5, PM10, O3

DICHOT

102701

WILLIAMS LAKE

1045 WESTERN AVENUE

O3, NOX, PM2.5, PM10

 

103202

GOLDEN

835 9TH AVENUE SOUTH

PM10, PM2.5

VOC, DICHOT, SPECIATION (QUESNEL)

103301

NELSON

GOVERNMENT BUILDING

PM10, PM2.5, O3

 

103701

CHETWYND

CHETWYND

PM10, PM2.5

PM2.5

104002

VERNON

COLDSTREAM RANCH

PM10, PM2.5, O3, NOX

 

104101

GRAND FORKS

CITY HALL

PM10, PM2.5

 

104701

PRINCE RUPERT

HIGHWAY 16

   

104801

DUNCAN

6364 DEYKIN AVENUE

PM10, PM2.5

 

105001

WHISTLER

MEADOW PARK

PM10, PM2.5, O3, NOX

 

105501

FORT ST. JOHN

10015 100TH AVENUE

PM10

 

109999

OSOYOOS

US_CAN BORDER

PM10, PM2.5, NOX, O3, CO

 

104201

MERRIT

MERRIT SCHOOL

PM2.5, PM10

 

101003

ABBOTSFORD

CENTRAL ABBOTSFORD

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

SPECIATION, DICHOT

100119

BURNABY

BURNABY SOUTH

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

SPECIATION, DICHOT, VOC

100110

BURNABY

KENSINGTON

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

 

101101

CHILLIWACK

CHILLIWACK AIRPORT

PM2.5, CO, O3, NOX

VOC

101301

LANGLEY

LANGLEY CENTRAL

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

 

100111

PORT MOODY

ROCKY PT. PARK

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

DICHOT, VOC

100118

VANCOUVER

KITSILANO

PM2.5, SO2, CO, O3, NOX

DICHOT

100133

BURNABY

BURMOUNT

 

VOC

100112

VANCOUVER

DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER

 

VOC

100127

SURREY

SURREY EAST

 

VOC

100128

RICHMOND

RICHMOND SOUTH

 

VOC

100000

BURNABY

BURNABY NORTH

 

VOC

100134

RICHMOND

VANC INTL AIRPORT

 

VOC

101401

HOPE

HOPE AIRPORT

 

VOC

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Manitoba Responsibilities

Manitoba agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Manitoba will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Manitoba will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Manitoba upon request by EC.

Manitoba will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Manitoba sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Manitoba as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Manitoba as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 3: Designated NAPS Sites in Manitoba

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY MANITOBA

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

70118

WINNIPEG

299 SCOTIA ST

CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5

 

70119

WINNIPEG

65 ELLEN ST

CO, NO2, O3, PM10, PM2.5, SO2

VOC, ALDEHYDES, DICHOT, PAH

70203

BRANDON

ASSINNIBOINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NO2, O3, PM10, PM2.5

 

70301

FLIN FLON

143 MAIN STREET

SO2, PM10, PM2.5

DICHOT

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

New Brunswick Responsibilities

New Brunswick agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

New Brunswick will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

New Brunswick will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in New Brunswick upon request by EC.

New Brunswick will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and New Brunswick sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to New Brunswick as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve New Brunswick as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 4: Designated NAPS Sites in New Brunswick

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY NEW BRUNSWICK

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

40103

FREDERICTON

437 ABERDEEN STREET

CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

DICHOT, Metals

40201

SAINT JOHN

110 CHARLOTTE STREET

PM2.5 BAM

 

40203

SAINT JOHN

MOUNTAIN ROAD

SO2, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

PM10 and PM2.5 DICHOT, SPECIATION, VOC, ALDEHYDES, PAH, PCDD/F, Metals

40206

SAINT JOHN

189 PRINCE WILLIAM

SO2, CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5 BAM

 

40207

SAINT JOHN

476 LANCASTER AVENUE W.

O3, PM2.5 BAM

 

40208

SAINT JOHN

111 CHAMPLAIN DRIVE

PM2.5 BAM

VOC

40302

MONCTON

5 THANET STREET

CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5

 

40401

FUNDY NAT. PARK

HASTINGS TOWER

O3

 

40501

POINT LEPREAU

RECREATION AREA

O3

VOC

40601

CENTRAL BLISSVILLE

AIRPORT ROAD

O3

 

40701

NORTON

308 HWY 124

O3

 

40801

DOW SETTLEMENT

487 ROUTE 122

O3, PM2.5 BAM

PM10 and PM2.5 DICHOT, Metals

40901

ST. ANDREWS

BRANDY COVE ROAD

O3, PM2.5

PM2.5 DICHOT

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Newfoundland and Labrador Responsibilities

Newfoundland and Labrador agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Newfoundland and Labrador will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Newfoundland and Labrador will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Newfoundland and Labrador upon request by EC.

Newfoundland and Labrador will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Newfoundland and Labrador sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Newfoundland and Labrador as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Newfoundland and Labrador as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 5: Designated NAPS Sites in Newfoundland and Labrador

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

10102

ST. JOHN’S

354 WATER STREET

SO2, CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

VOC

10301

CORNER BROOK

BROOK STREET

SO2, CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5

PAH PCDD/F

10401

MOUNT PEARL

OLD PLACENTIA ROAD

SO2, CO, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

10501

GRAND FALLS

 

O3

 

10701

FERROLE POINT

FERROLE POINT LIGHTHOUSE

O3

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Northwest Territories Responsibilities

Northwest Territories agree that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Northwest Territories will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Northwest Territories will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Northwest Territories upon request by EC.

Northwest Territories will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Northwest Territories sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Northwest Territories as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Northwest Territories as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 6: Designated NAPS Sites in Northwest Territories

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

129101

NORMAN WELLS

#7 FORESTRY ROAD, AIRPORT BLDG., ENR COMPOUND

O3, SO2, NO-NO2-NOX, CONT PM2.5 BAM-SH

 

129003

YELLOWKNIFE

SIR JOHN FRANKLIN SCHOOL

SO2, O3, CO NOX/NO2/NO, PM2.5 BAM-SH

PM10 BAM-SH*

PM2.5 and PM10 DICHOT

PM2.5 and PM10 and TRACE ELEMENTS

129201

INUVIK

118 KINGMINGYA ROAD

SO2, O3, NOX/NO2/NO, PM2.5 BAM-SH

PM10 BAM-SH

 

Nova Scotia Responsibilities

Nova Scotia agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Nova Scotia will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Nova Scotia will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Nova Scotia upon request by EC.

Nova Scotia will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Nova Scotia sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Nova Scotia as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Nova Scotia as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 7: Designated NAPS Sites in Nova Scotia

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY NOVA SCOTIA

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

30113

HALIFAX

1672 GRANVILLE STREET (Johnston Building)

PM2.5 BAM

PM10 AND PM2.5 DICHOT, SPECIATION, METALS

30118

HALIFAX

1657 BARRINGTON STREET (Roy Building)

SO2, CO,
NO2/NO, O3

VOC

30120

DARTMOUTH

341 CHERRYBROOK ROAD (HRM Water treatment facility)

SO2, NO2/NO,
O3, PM2.5 DRYER, PM2.5 BAM

 

30202

PORT HAWKESBURY

EMBREE STREET

SO2, PM2.5 BAM, NO2/NO, O3

 

30310

SYDNEY

71 WELTON STREET

SO2, CO,
NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5 BAM

 

30701

AYLESFORD

1009 MOUNTAIN BROW ROAD, KINGS COUNTY

NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5 BAM

 

30901

PICTOU

91 BEACHES ROAD

TRS, O3, PM2.5 BAM, NOX

 

30901

GRANTON

NSE Office

 

VOC

31001

SABLE ISLAND

SABLE ISLAND

H2S, SO2, PM2.5, NO2/NO, O3

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Nunavut Responsibilities

Nunavut agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Nunavut will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at the Designated NAPS Site, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Nunavut will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Nunavut upon request by EC.

Nunavut will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from the Designated NAPS Site.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Nunavut as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Nunavut as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 8: Designated NAPS Site in Nunavut

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY NUNAVUT

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

129302

IQALUIT

RENEWABLE RESOURCES OFFICE

PM2.5 FRM

 

Ontario Responsibilities

Ontario agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Ontario will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Ontario will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Ontario upon request by EC.

Ontario will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Ontario sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Ontario as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to operate the Ottawa Downtown (Rideau/Wurtemburg St.) and Ottawa Central (960 Carling Ave.) Designated NAPS Sites according to Ontario’s ambient air monitoring protocols.

EC agrees to operate air toxics sampling equipment (dichotomous, speciation, VOC, carbonyl and PAH/HAP samplers) at 12 sites in Ontario, indicated by an * in Table 9.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Ontario as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 9: Designated NAPS Sites in Ontario

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY ONTARIO

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

60104*

OTTAWA

RIDEAU/WURTEMBURG ST.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC, DICHOT

60106

OTTAWA

960 CARLING AVE.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60204

WINDSOR

467 UNIVERSITY AVE.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60211*

WINDSOR

COLLEGE/SOUTH ST.

SO2, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC, PAH, SPECIATION, DICHOT, ALDEHYDES

60303*

KINGSTON

752 KING ST. W.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

60410

TORONTO

KENNEDY/LAWRENCE

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60421

TORONTO

HENDON/YONGE ST.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60424

TORONTO

BAY/WELLESLEY ST.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60428*

BRAMPTON

525 MAIN ST. N./ PEEL MANOR

O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

60430

TORONTO

125 RESOURCES RD.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60434

MISSISSAUGA

3359 MISSISSAUGA ROAD NORTH

O3, PM2.5

 

60435*

ETOBICOKE SOUTH

461 KIPLING AVE

O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC, PAH, DICHOT

60512*

HAMILTON

ELGIN/KELLY

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC, PAH, DICHOT

60513

HAMILTON

VICKERS RD./E. 18TH ST.

SO2, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60609

SUDBURY

RAMSEY LAKE RD.

SO2, O3, PM2.5

 

60709

SAULT STE. MARIE

SAULT COLLEGE

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60808

THUNDER BAY

421 JAMES ST. N.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

60903*

LONDON

900 HIGHBURY AVE.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

61004*

SARNIA

FRONT ST./CN TRACKS/ CENTENNIAL PARK

SO2, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

61104*

PETERBOROUGH

10 HOSPITAL DR.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

61201

CORNWALL

BEDFORD/THIRD ST.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

61302

ST CATHARINES

ARGYLE CRES./ PUMP STN.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

61402

BRANTFORD

324 GRAND RIVER AVE.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

61502*

KITCHENER

WEST AVE./HOMEWOOD

O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC

61603

OAKVILLE

8TH LINE/GLENASHTON DR./ HALTON RESERVOIR

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

61702

OSHAWA

2200 SIMCOE ST. N./ DURHAM COLLEGE

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

61802

GUELPH

EXHIBITION ST./CLARK ST.

O3, PM2.5

 

61902

WALLACEBURG/BEAR CREEK

8147 MEADOWVALE LANE

O3, NOx, PM2.5, SO2

 

62001

NORTH BAY

CHIPPAWA ST./ DEPT. NATIONAL DEFENCE

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

62501

TIVERTON

CONCESSION RD. 2/ LOT A

SO2, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

62601*

SIMCOE

EXPERIMENTAL FARM

SO2, O3, NOx, PM2.5

VOC, PAH, SPECIATION, DICHOT, ALDEHYDES

63001

BURLINGTON

HWY 2/NORTH SHORE BLVD. E.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

63301*

DORSET

HWY 117 / PAINT LAKE RD.

O3, PM2.5

VOC

63701

GRAND BEND

WATER TREATMENT PLANT

O3, PM2.5

 

65001

BARRIE

83 PERRY ST.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

65101

NEWMARKET

EAGLE ST./McCAFFREY RD.

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

65201

PARRY SOUND

7 BAY ST.

O3, PM2.5

 

65301

PORT STANLEY

43665 DEXTER LINE/ ELGIN WATER T. PLANT

O3, PM2.5

 

65401

BELLEVILLE

2 SIDNEY ST./ WATER TREATMENT PLANT

O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

65701

MORRISBURG

COUNTY RD. 2/ MORRISBURG WATER TOWER

O3, PM2.5

 

65801

CHATHAM

435 GRAND AVE. W.

SO2, CO, O3, NOx, PM2.5

 

66201

PETAWAWA

PETAWAWA RESEARCH FOREST FACILITY

O3, PM2.5

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Prince Edward Island Responsibilities

Prince Edward Island agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Prince Edward Island will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Prince Edward Island will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Prince Edward Island upon request by EC.

Prince Edward Island will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Prince Edward Island sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Prince Edward Island as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Prince Edward Island as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 10: Designated NAPS Sites in Prince Edward Island

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

20104

CHARLOTTETOWN

3 BRIGHTON ROAD

SO2, NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5

 

20301

WELLINGTON

125 ROUTE 125 (HACKMATACK ROAD)

NO2/NO, O3, PM2.5

 

20401

SOUTHAMPTON

2580 ROUTE 313 (CARDIGAN ROAD)

O3, PM2.5

 

Quebec Responsibilities

Quebec agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Quebec will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Quebec will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Quebec upon request by EC.

Quebec will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Quebec sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Quebec as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Quebec as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 11: Designated NAPS Sites in Quebec

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY QUEBEC

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

50103

MONTRÉAL

1050 A, BOUL. SAINT-JEAN-BAPTISTE

SO2, CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, SSI

VOC

50105

MONTRÉAL

1212 RUE DRUMMOND

PM2.5, PM2.5 DRYER, SSI, TSP

 

50109

MONTRÉAL

2495 RUE DUNCAN

CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO

 

50110

MONTRÉAL

11280 BOUL. PIE IX (PARC PILON)

CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO

 

50113

LAVAL

1160 BOUL PIE IX (CHOMEDEY)

CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, TSP

 

50115

MONTRÉAL

1001 BOUL DE MAISONNEUVE OUEST

SO2, CO, NO2, O3, NO

VOC

50116

MONTRÉAL

3161 JOSEPH, VERDUN

NO2, O3, NO

 

50119

MONTRÉAL

FACE AU 1819 RUE VICTORIA

NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, TSP

 

50121

MONTRÉAL

8361 RUE OCÉANIE - BROSSARD

SO2, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, SSI

VOC

50124

MONTRÉAL

7650 RUE CHÂTEAUNEUF

TSP

PM2.5-MANUAL

50126

MONTRÉAL

20965 CHEMIN SAINTE-MARIE

NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, SSI, TSP

 

50128

MONTRÉAL

90-A RUE HERVÉ-SAINT-MARTIN

CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO

VOC

50129

MONTRÉAL

12400 WILFRID-OUELLETTE (RIVIERE DES PRAIRIES)

CO, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS

VOC, PM2.5-MANUAL

50133

MONTRÉAL

8200A CHÉNIER

SO2, NO2, NO, PM2.5 FDMS

VOC

50134

MONTRÉAL

MOLSON - 2580 SAINT-JOSEPH EST

NO, O3, SO2, NO2, PM10, PM2.5 PST, PM2.5 FDMS

VOC, PAH

50204

GATINEAU

255 ST-RÉDEMPTEUR, HULL

SO2, CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, TSP

 

50308

QUÉBEC

600 RUE DES SABLES

SO2, CO, NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS, NO, SSI, TSP

PM2.5-MANUAL

50310

QUÉBEC

1150 BOUL. RENÉ-LÉVESQUE O.

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS

 

50404

SHERBROOKE

655, RUE PAPINEAU

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 FDMS

 

50504

SAGUENAY

789 BOUL DES ÉTUDIANTS, CHICOUTIMI

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 DRYER

 

50801

TROIS-RIVIÈRES

FACE AU 678 RUE HART

SO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 DRYER, SSI

 

50902

SAGUENAY

2885 BERTHIER (ARVIDA), JONQUIÈRE

SO2, SSI

PAH

PCDD/F

51201

SHAWINIGAN

363 RUE FRIGON

SO2, PM2.5, PM2.5 DRYER, SSI, TSP

 

51501

ST-ZÉPHIRIN-DE-COURVAL

701 RANG SAINT-MICHEL

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

51802

SOREL-TRACY

80 RUE GEORGE

SO2, SSI

 

52001

CHARETTE

AU NORD DU 170 2E RANG

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

52201

SAINT-SIMON

DERRIÈRE LE 83, 4E RANG EST

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

52301

SAINT-FAUSTIN-LAC-CARRÉ

CHEMIN DU LAC (CARIBOU)

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

52401

LA PÊCHE

LAC PHILIPPE - MASHAM

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

52601

VARENNES-1

4744 MONTÉE BARONIE

NO2, O3, NO

 

52701

TÉMISCAMING

RUE BOUCHER

SO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, SSI

 

52801

AUCLAIR

66 RANG ST-GRÉGOIRE NORD

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

53201

LA DORÉ

ROUTE 167- LA DORÉ

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

53301

DESCHAMBAULT

334, 3 E RANG - DESHAMBAULT

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

53501

SAINT-FRANÇOIS

FACE AU 198, ROYALE ÎLE D’ORLÉANS

O3

 

53601

NOTRE-DAME-DU-ROSAIRE

RANG ST-LOUIS

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

53701

ST-HILAIRE-DE-DORSET

RANG DORSET

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

53801

TINGWICK

CHEMIN RADAR ET WARWICK

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

53901

LAC-ÉDOUARD

DERRIÈRE L’HÔPITAL VILLAGE

O3, TSP

 

54801

STUKELY-SUD

CHEMIN MONTBEL

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

54901

LA PATRIE

RANG PETIT CANADA OUEST

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM

 

55001

FERME NEUVE

215 4 IÈME RANG GRAVEL

O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 BAM, TSP

 

55301

L’ACADIE - SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU

FERME EXP., 1134 ROUTE 219

NO2, O3, PM2.5, PM2.5 DRYER, PM2.5 BAM, NO, SSI

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Saskatchewan Responsibilities

Saskatchewan agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Saskatchewan will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at Designated NAPS Sites, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Saskatchewan will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Saskatchewan upon request by EC.

Saskatchewan will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from Designated NAPS Sites and Saskatchewan sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Saskatchewan as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Saskatchewan as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 12: Designated NAPS Sites in Saskatchewan

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY SASKATCHEWAN

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

80110

REGINA

2505 11TH. AVENUE

SO2, CO, O3, NOX, PM10 TEOM, PM2.5 TEOM

VOC

80211

SASKATOON

511 1ST AVENUE NORTH

SO2, CO, O3, NOX, PM2.5 TEOM

DICHOT

80402

PRINCE ALBERT

63 - 12TH STREET EAST

SO2, O3, NOX, PM2.5 TEOM

 

81001

SWIFT CURRENT

1200 BEGG ST. W

SO2, O3, NOX, PM2.5 TEOM

 

Abbreviations used are VOC for Volatile Organic Compound sampler; DICHOT for dichotomous sampler; SPEC or SPECIATION for speciation particulate sampler; ALDEHYDES for aldehyde/carbonyl sampler; PCDD/F for Polychlorinated Dibenzo Dioxin and Furan sampler and PAH for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons sampler.

Yukon Responsibilities

Yukon agrees that this Annex defines respective responsibilities under the MOU.

Yukon will provide installation of new and replacement equipment at the Designated NAPS Site, delivered by EC as part of NAPS Program annual work plans.

Yukon will provide an updated list of NAPS equipment and of where it is located in Yukon upon request by EC.

Yukon will provide Quality Assured Data to EC for inclusion in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database from the Designated NAPS Sites.

EC Responsibilities

EC agrees to provide special services as indicated in NAPS Program annual work plans such as audits, interlaboratory studies or calibration services.

EC agrees to supply monitoring equipment to Yukon as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans. Such equipment will remain the property of EC.

EC agrees to participate in special projects that involve Yukon as agreed to in the NAPS Program annual work plans.

Table 13: Designated NAPS Sites in Yukon

NAPS ID

CITY

ADDRESS

POLLUTANTS MONITORED BY YUKON

SAMPLES COLLECTED FOR EC

119003

WHITEHORSE

1091 - 1ST AVENUE

CO, O3, NOX, PM2.5