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August 30, 2017

Jasper’s Species at Risk Action Plan Lacks Urgency and Detail

Parks Canada’s proposed action plan for species-at-risk in Jasper National Park does little to meet…

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August 2, 2017

Extensive New Gas Wells in Endangered Little Smoky Caribou Habitat Show Weakness of Alberta Caribou Plan

New wells and roads by Jupiter Resources are being permitted by the Alberta government to…

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July 7, 2017

Milk River Ridge: Alberta Stalls on Protection

Grasslands Conservation Commitment Absent Alberta stalls on protection for Milk River Ridge In an important…

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June 21, 2017

Public Risk For Oilsands Mines Clean-up Costs Must Be Removed

Albertans face unacceptable risks from unfunded oil sands mine clean-up costs. Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA)…

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June 13, 2017

News Release: Obed Mine Sentencing

Obed Mine Disaster Sentencing Confirms Polluters will Pay – Key Questions Remain On June 9,…

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There is an urgent need to engage people with nature. All aspects of it. Not just the pretty bears and cute snakes. Also the realities of it, the death, struggles, and pain. Not only are people losing touch with nature, they are losing touch with the realities of nature.
- Clayton Lamb, January 2018
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