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Energy

December 1, 2002

Update on the Cheviot Mine

Wild Lands Advocate update, December 2002, by Philip Clement. Cardinal River Coals is keeping us…

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September 13, 2002

Dunvegan Hydroelectric Hearing Submission

September 2002 submission from the Friends of the Peace, including AWA, CPAWS and the Peace…

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August 1, 2002

A Study in Contrasts: The EUB Hearings on the Propsed Fort Hills Oil Sands Project

Wild Lands Advocate 10(4): 8-14, August 2002 by Dr. Richard G. Thomas 200208_AR_ML.pdf

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April 8, 2002

ENGO News Release: Government Disregards Own Guidelines to Fast-Track Policy Review

News release by AWA, Pembina Institute and Toxics Watch Society. “Environmental public interest groups charge…

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April 1, 2002

Fresh Water Oil Floods: The Ultimate Bulk Water Export

Wild Lands Advocate article, April 2002, by Dale L.Watson 200204_AR_WAT2.pdf

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- Clayton Lamb, January 2018
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