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Pipelines

November 1, 2011

AWA Position Statement: Pipelines

AWA believes pipelines pose significant risks to human and environmental health. Pipelines must be built…

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November 1, 2011

AWA Position Statement: Pipelines

Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) believes pipelines pose significant risks to human and environmental health. Pipelines…

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June 1, 2011

Kananaskis Country Receives Temporary Reprieve from Sour Gas Development

Wild Lands Advocate update, June 2011, by Nigel Douglas 20110600_ar_wla_update_kan_sullivan_ndouglas.pdf

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January 12, 2010

News Release: EnCana Avoids Trial on Charges of Canada Wildlife Act Violation in Suffield National Wildlife Area

ENGO news release. The Suffield Coalition is disappointed to have learned last week that the…

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February 1, 2009

ERCB Denies Pipeline Applications

Wild Lands Advocate article, February 2009. Nigel Douglas 200902_AR_wla.pdf

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