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March 29, 2024

Water Mismanagement in Alberta: How We Got Here

Across over 300 square kilometres in northern Alberta, 1.6 trillion litres of tailings sit, seeping…

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February 26, 2024

News Release: No Update to Action Plan for Wood Buffalo National Park Despite Recommendations – Environmental Groups Disappointed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Edmonton, AB/Calgary, AB – Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Northern Alberta Chapter (CPAWS…

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February 21, 2024

Upper Highwood Logging on Pause

The controversial logging plan in the Upper Highwood of Kananaskis is on hold, for now….

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January 30, 2024

News Release: Alberta Releases Overdue Report on Caribou Recovery, Lacks Real Action

  On Friday, January 19, 2024, the Government of Alberta finally released the long awaited…

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January 15, 2024

Scarred Landscape: Years of OHV Use Changed the Bighorn Backcountry

By Devon Earl Click here for a pdf copy. No amount of trail maintenance will…

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No public hearings are scheduled. Only one Alberta organization, the Alberta Wilderness Association, is independent enough that it continues championing public land and the people's right of access to it. So people must speak individually, as they have so many times before, directly to the premier, the minister of Sustainable Resource Development and their MLA, and remind them of what public land means to all of us, that none of it is surplus to our needs, that we do not want it sold.
- Bob Scammell, 2003
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