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Coal

March 24, 2021

Coal and Economics Townhall – March 23, 2021

Alberta’s Rocky Mountains and Foothills are facing an unprecedented threat; coal mining exploration and development…

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February 9, 2021

Promise & Ambiguity: Reinstating the 1976 Coal Policy

On February 8th AWA issued two news releases about reinstating the 1976 Coal Policy –…

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February 4, 2021

Creating a Silver Lining Out of Disaster?

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Ian Urquhart, AWA Conservation Staff and Editor, Wild Lands Advocate…

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January 31, 2021

“Coal Hard Facts” in a Land of Make Believe

The Caucus of the United Conservative Party recently tried to defend the Kenney government’s decision…

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January 19, 2021

Cancelling Leases, Pausing Lease Sales in Category 2 Lands – A Good First Step

Yesterday, Energy Minister Sonya Savage delivered a small, but important, reward to the thousands of…

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More logging appeared imminent because vandalized landscapes, just like homes with broken windows, tend to invite more abuse.” Andrew Nikiforuk. This tells it all, whether oil and gas, logging, OHVs etc. already exist, then it seems governments are gung ho to keep going and open it all up to more activity and abuse. . . and why we need AWA more than ever.
- Cliff Wallis
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