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Grassy Mountain Blog

September 21, 2023

AWA’s letter to the Premier and Minister of Energy and Mineral regarding Coal Mining in the Eastern Slopes

Alberta Wilderness Association wrote Premier Smith and Minister Jean on September 21, 2023 to express…

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September 21, 2023

AWA’s Statement of Concern regarding Northback Holdings Corporation (formerly Benga Mining Ltd.)’s application to explore Grassy Mountain Coal Deposit

Australian company Benga Mining Ltd. of the proposed (and infamous) Grassy Mountain Coal Mine is…

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November 30, 2020

Meet the Australian Companies Behind the Grassy Mountain Project

Who are Benga Mining, Riversdale Resources, and Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd? These are the three…

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November 23, 2020

Adequacy?: Whitebark Pine in Benga’s Environmental Impact Assessment

“Adequacy” is a recurring theme in the Grassy Mountain Coal Project Joint Review Panel hearing….

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November 15, 2020

Can Benga Deliver On Its Coal Royalties Promises?

             My second post to this blog noted that Benga promises to deliver $1.7 billion…

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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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