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April 26, 2018

Oil Sands Tailings Threats Remain Ten Years After Syncrude Runs ‘Afoul’ of Canadian and Alberta Environmental Laws

Ten years after 1600 ducks perished from landing on a Syncrude tailings pond, oil sands…

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April 24, 2018

Take Action for the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills!

Dear  Wilderness Defender, The provincial government is looking for public input on a draft Land…

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April 13, 2018

Wood Buffalo National Park Needs Stronger Cumulative Impacts Assessment from Parks Canada

AWA asks Parks Canada to strengthen two aspects of its draft environmental assessment of Wood…

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March 19, 2018

AWA Letter RE: Bill C-69 and the Impact Assessment Act

You can download a pdf copy of our letter here. The Honourable Catherine McKenna Minister…

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March 1, 2018

Regulating Coal Mine Runoff Part II

Wild Lands Advocate article by Nick Pink Click here  to download a pdf version of…

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In the past I've seen chaos in the hills. And because I study cumulative effects, I know that everything is related. So I've come to realize that there is a big picture and we won't get there unless we plan along the way.
- Roger Creasey
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