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Arctic Council meeting focuses on biodiversity in the Arctic

November 02, 2018 At the meeting just concluded in Rovaniemi, Finland, the Arctic Council focused its discussions on Arctic biodiversity and received updates from all the Council’s subsidiary bodies on their ongoing work. Friday, 02?Nov 2018 Rovaniemi, Finland Representatives of the eight?Arctic States?and six indigenous?Permanent Participant organizations, as well as the Arctic Council’s six ?Working […]

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Affiliation of TimberWest and Island Timberlands to Allow for Shared Use of Facilities, Enhanced Forest Stewardship and Alignment of Best Practices

November 01, 2018 UPDATE FROM AUGUST 9 ANNOUNCEMENT: The agreement announced August 9th by?British Columbia Investment Management Corporation?(BCI), the Public Sector Pension Investment Board?(PSP Investments), and Alberta Investment Management Corporation?(AIMCo) to affiliate their long-term timber investments, TimberWest Forest Corporation (“TimberWest) and Island Timberlands Limited Partnership (“Island Timberlands”) has closed. Going forward, TimberWest and Island Timberlands […]

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Scientists call for stop to disappearance of Earth’s remaining intact land, sea – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?1,?2018? By Camille Bains THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Researchers who have produced a map of the world’s remaining intact land and ocean areas are urging international delegates at an upcoming meeting on biodiversity to set a target and push governments to conserve what’s left of the wild. Oscar Venter, associate […]

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Cleanup continues after effluent pipe leak at Nova Scotia pulp mill:minister – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?1,?2018? By Keith Doucette THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX _ A faulty pipe that caused an effluent leak at the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County last month has been repaired, but the cleanup process will require more time, Nova Scotia’s environment minister said Thursday. Margaret Miller said she doesn’t know at […]

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Canada Strengthens Support for Contaminants Research and Monitoring in the North

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada News release November 1, 2018 — Ottawa, ON — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada The Government of Canada is committed to supporting Northerners, scientists and other governments in better understanding contaminant levels in traditionally harvested foods. More research means that individuals and communities can make informed decisions […]

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NB Government – Environmental Trust Fund applications now being accepted

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The Department of Environment and Local Government is now accepting applications for funding under the Environmental Trust Fund. “The Environmental Trust Fund is a long-standing and successful program that encourages environmental initiatives that help build a better New Brunswick for today and for tomorrow,” said Environment and Local Government Minister Andrew Harvey. […]

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Public Notice: Magino Gold Project — Public Comments Invited

November?1,?2018 — The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is conducting a federal environmental assessment of the proposed Magino Gold Project, located in northern Ontario. The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on the draft Environmental Assessment Report, which includes the Agency’s conclusions and recommendations regarding the potential environmental effects of the […]

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Good hearted’ response after Saskatchewan First Nation water plant burns – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?1,?2018? EDENWOLD, Sask. _ Donations of bottled water are being sent to a Saskatchewan First Nation after the community lost its water treatment plant to a fire. A state of emergency remains in effect after the Monday night blaze on the Piapot First Nation, about 50 kilometres north of Regina. The […]

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B.C. looks to prescribed burns to fight wildfires, regenerate ecosystems – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?31,?2018? By Dirk Meissner THE CANADIAN PRESS VICTORIA _ People in British Columbia will have to get used to the possibility that next summer’s smoky skies may be the result of fires started by the government, says Forests Minister Doug Donaldson. The provincial government is endorsing the expanded use of prescribed […]

by ahnationtalk on November 1, 201821 Views

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BC Government: Government takes action on Abbott/Chapman report

Oct. 31, 2018 VICTORIA – The Province has released its action plan in response to the government-commissioned, independent Abbott/Chapman report on the unprecedented 2017 wildfire and flood seasons in British Columbia. The plan outlines actions taken and underway, and identifies next steps to address the report’s 108 recommendations. It also considers recommendations from other recent […]

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Remote Arctic wildlife area benefits from U.S foundation funding pledge – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?31,?2018 A northern national wildlife area is benefiting from a billion-dollar pledge from an American charitable organization. The Wyss Foundation, a private conservation group, says it will spend C$750,000 over the next three years to help fund an Indigenous guardians program for Edehzhie in the Northwest Territories. The money is intended […]

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Government of Canada taking further action to protect Southern Resident Killer Whales

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Ottawa, Ontario — The Southern Resident Killer Whale is an iconic species that faces significant threats to its survival and recovery. These threats relate to: lack of availability of prey (mainly Chinook salmon); acoustic (noise) and physical disturbance from marine vessels; and contaminants in the water. Today the Honourable Jonathan […]

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Inuit continue call for cleaner shipping fuel despite higher cost – Nunatsiaq News

October 31, 2018 “Don’t save money using dirty oil” Nunavut consumers will pay more if resupply vessels switch from heavy fuel oil to cleaner alternatives, sealift companies serving the territory’s communities have warned. That cost has now been spelled out in a recent report by a think tank in the Netherlands, CE Delft, which looked […]

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Ottawa argues one province’s failure to bring in a carbon tax will harm others – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?31,?2018? By Ryan McKenna THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA _ The federal government argues it has jurisdiction to impose a carbon tax in Saskatchewan because climate change is a matter of national concern. In written arguments filed with Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal this week, Ottawa says a failure by one province to […]

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We must act now to maintain an Arctic able to keep global climate liveable – Hill Times

Oct. 31, 2018 With its current emissions-reduction targets, Canada is not committed to keeping the Arctic cold enough to ensure the survival of the Inuit. Human civilization, indeed the evolution of human beings as a species, has depended on a frozen Arctic. But the North Pole as a frozen ice cap on the top of […]

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Sault College Forestry Students Support Tree Planting Project With Garden River First Nation

(Sault Ste. Marie, ON October 30, 2018) – As part of a tree planting project with Garden River First Nation, first and second year Sault College Forestry students planted seeds for the future in an effort to improve sustainability of our forests and communities. Under the guidance of Professors Laurie Thompson and Bob Knudsen, students […]

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Fire destroys water treatment plant on Piapot First Nation – 980 CJME

October 30, 2018 A fire overnight on Monday has left the water treatment facility on the Piapot First Nation in a smouldering ruin and the community with no access to drinking water. Ira Lavallee is an elected councillor for Piapot First Nation and spoke with 980 CJME Tuesday morning. He said they do not know […]

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City of Iqaluit: Public Consultation on New Landfill and Waste Management Facility

NOVEMBER 2, 2018 (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT)?– The City will be holding a public consultation on the new Solid Waste Management Plan, to provide more detailed information as well as hear comments and questions from residents regarding this project. What:?Public Consultation on new Solid Waste Management Plan Where: Qajuqturvik Food Centre Location:?Building 655, Mattaaq Crescent Date:?November 15, […]

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T???cho? Government approves Environmental Assessment Report

October 30, 2018 The T???cho? All-Season Road has passed an important milestone with approval of the report of Environmental Assessment by the T???cho? Government Behchok??, NT (October 30, 2018) –?Last week, the T???cho? Government approved the Report of Environmental Assessment for the T???cho? All-Season Road, as did the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT). The […]

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Arctic science meeting ends with reaffirmed support for Indigenous participation – Nunatsiaq News

October 30, 2018 “A matter of good governance and genuine partnership” Inuit want Arctic scientists to treat them as partners and to respect their human rights. That’s the message the Inuit Circumpolar Council delivered to the Arctic Science Ministerial last week in Berlin. The meeting—hosted by the European Commission, Finland and Germany—brought together 24 governments, […]

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Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, speaks with Sandy Silver, Premier of Yukon

October 29, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, met with the Premier of Yukon, Sandy Silver, in Ottawa. The two discussed the important partnership between the governments of Canada and Yukon in fighting climate change and protecting the environment. They acknowledged that northerners are on the front […]

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Kwispaa LNG Project — Public Comments Invited

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency October?29,?2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) must decide whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the proposed Kwispaa LNG Project, located at Sarita Bay, about 10?kilometres northeast of Bamfield on Vancouver Island,?British Columbia. To help inform this decision, the Agency […]

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Ashton Calls For Action From Feds On Impacts Of Climate Change In The North – CHTM

Niki Ashton has called on the Federal Government to recognize the need for “urgent action” to deal with the impact of climate change on access into remote Indigenous communities. Ashton said that as Ottawa is currently dealing with the Pallister Government’s refusal to impose a carbon tax, they need to recognize that climate change is […]

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Newfoundland Orphan Basin Exploration Drilling Project — Public Comments Invited

October?29,?2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is conducting a federal environmental assessment for the proposed?Newfoundland Orphan Basin Exploration Drilling Project, located 343 to 496?kilometres northeast of?St.?John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Atlantic Ocean. The Agency invites the public and Indigenous groups to comment on the potential […]

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Fort Frances Weighing Whitefish Bay Request – 89.5 The Lake FM

October 29, 2018 The town of Fort Frances intends to speak with the Ministry of Environment on a possible agreement to accept garbage from Whitefish Bay First Nation. That community has to close its landfill and is looking to Fort Frances to accept its waste. Fort Frances Operations manager Travis Rob says Whitefish Bay did […]

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Indigenous perspective must be heard on climate change, Regina conference told – CBC

Indigenous people have solutions, if Canadians are willing to listen to them, Michelle Brass says Oct 29, 2018 A conference in Regina about making the transition from a carbon-based economy to one with a greater reliance on renewable energy provided attendees with new perspectives, including an Indigenous one. Justin Fisher, a member of Climate Justice […]

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Alaska Natives seek stop to cruise line’s use of heavy oils – CP

Source: The Associated Press Oct?29,?2018 JUNEAU, Alaska _ Alaska indigenous leaders are asking a cruise industry giant to stop using heavy fuel oils believed to be harmful to health and the environment. The Juneau Empire reports the leaders travelled to Carnival’s corporate headquarters in London last week to deliver the petition, seeking to stop the […]

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Canada will work with other nations to protect the vulnerable Arctic

Arctic science and Indigenous knowledge key to making the Arctic more resilient October 26, 2018?– Ottawa, Ontario The Arctic is the fastest warming place on Earth. Indigenous knowledge combined with Arctic research is essential to helping the government better understand how to protect northern regions against the impacts of climate change. This was the topic […]

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Pressure mounting on Legault to attend UN conference on climate change – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?28,?2018 By Patrice Bergeron THE CANADIAN PRESS QUEBEC _ Pressure is mounting on Quebec’s newly elected premier to attend an upcoming United Nations climate conference to ensure the province stays on the forefront of the global movement pushing for change. Following the Parti Quebecois and Quebec solidaire, the official Opposition Liberals […]

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Minister of Infrastructure welcomes decision for T???cho? All-Season Road environmental assessment

October 26, 2018 The Minister of Infrastructure, Wally Schumann announced today that the Government of the Northwest Territories welcomes the decision by the Responsible Ministers to adopt the recommendations of the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Review Board on the environmental assessment of the T???cho? All-Season Road (TASR), including measures modified by the T???cho? Government and responsible […]

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First Nations, environment groups say latest energy board pipeline review flawed – Journal Of Commerce

October 26, 2018 VANCOUVER — Indigenous leaders in British Columbia are threatening future court challenges of the National Energy Board’s review of the marine shipping effects of an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, says the project is a “stinker” that will worsen climate change, which […]

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Chignecto Isthmus Management Plan Tabled in Parliament

From: Parks Canada Parks Canada announces plan to connect Canadians to heritage in the Chignecto area October 26, 2018 ???????????????????? Moncton, New Brunswick????????????? Parks Canada Agency National historic sites reflect the rich and varied heritage of our nation, and their protection is important for Canadians across the country, and for the Government of Canada. The […]

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Indigenous Waters Are Still Vulnerable, And Ontario Needs To Step Up – HuffPost Canada

The province continues to leave over 500,000 hectares of the watershed “open” and vulnerable to the harmful impacts of forestry and mining. The North French River in the Moose Cree homeland is an area of great cultural and environmental significance to the Moose Cree people and to Canadians. “You can still drink the water directly […]

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YT Government: Seeking input for climate change, energy and green economy strategy

October 25, 2018 The Government of Yukon, Yukon First Nations, transboundary Indigenous groups and local municipalities are collaborating to engage the public on the development of a new approach to climate change, energy and green economy. The groups want to find out what is important to Yukoners when it comes to meeting energy needs and […]

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Kill Bill C 69 _ it undermines efforts to tackle climate change – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?26,?2018? By Jason MacLean, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Saskatchewan THE CANADIAN PRESS This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. ___ Author: Jason MacLean, Assistant Professor of Law, […]

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Outdoor industry marketing paints false picture of participation, retailer’s research reveals

MEC challenges myths around outdoor recreation as part of push for greater diversity and inclusion VANCOUVER, Oct. 23, 2018? – A recent national survey1 commissioned by MEC – Canada’s go-to place for outdoor gear and know-how – shows that people of colour (POC) spend more time and participate in a wider range of outdoor activities […]

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The Netherlands endorses Canada-led Ocean Plastics Charter

October 25, 2018 The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today welcomed the Netherlands’ endorsement of the Canada-led Ocean Plastics Charter. The endorsement – another example of the leadership shown by both countries in the fight against ocean pollution – was announced during a visit by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, to Ottawa. Canada […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201833 Views

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Star-Orion South Diamond Mine Receives Environmental Assessment Approval

October 25, 2018 Today, Environment Minister Dustin Duncan announced approval for the Star-Orion South Diamond Mine Project under The Environmental Assessment Act.? The Star Diamond Corporation can now proceed with the next steps of the project, which will be located approximately 65 kilometres east of Prince Albert in the Fort à la Corne Forest. “The […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201827 Views

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Opinion: Balancing indigenous rights with safety and conservation – Outdoor Canada

October 25, 2018 Indigenous people in Canada have the right to hunt at night, provided they do so safely and hunt only on reserves, unoccupied Crown land or private land with permission, as specified in the Constitution Act of 1982. But now Manitoba’s provincial government has tabled legislation that will place conditions on hunting with […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201825 Views

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UBCIC Deeply Disappointed with Disregard for Indigenous Rights and Environmental Destruction Resulting from Dismissal of Injunction for Site C

(Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – October 25, 2018) The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) is deeply frustrated by today’s decision from the BC Supreme Court which dismissed the West Moberly First Nation’s application for an interim injunction while their Treaty case is being heard. The decision makes it clear that there will be no […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201837 Views

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Effluent pipe leak renews opposition to Northern Pulp plan for waste pipeline to Northumberland Strait – CBC

Pictou Landing First Nation councillor says leak’s discovery doesn’t inspire confidence Oct 23, 2018 A coalition of First Nations officials and fishermen say they are standing firm in their opposition to a paper mill’s plan to pump waste water into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence after a leak was discovered Sunday in one of the […]

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Alberta minister Shannon Phillips says bill C 69 inadequate in current form – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?24,?2018? THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA _ Alberta’s energy minister urged senators Wednesday to amend federal legislation that would overhaul energy project reviews. Environment Minister Shannon Phillips tried to make Alberta’s case to the Senate that Bill C-69 can’t be passed in its current form. After meeting with nearly 50 senators Phillips […]

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U of Winnipeg: World Premiere Of “Beyond Climate”

David Suzuki helps launch new film directed by UWinnipeg professor Dr. Ian Mauro’s latest climate change film, Beyond Climate, will have its world premiere at Planet In Focus International Film Festival in Toronto (Friday, October 26) and its Winnipeg premiere at the Gimme Some Truth Documentary Festival (Friday, November 2). The film takes viewers beyond […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201826 Views

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AB Government – Bill C-69: Statement from Minister Phillips

Oct 24, 2018 Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips issued the following statement following her meetings with federal government senators about Bill C-69: “In a few weeks, Bill C-69, An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, will be debated by Canada’s 95 senators. Today, I was pleased to […]

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Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion opponents call on Trudeau to extend review – Edmonton Journal

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government announced in September that the National Energy Board (NEB) would reconsider the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to take into account marine traffic and its impact on killer whales. October 24, 2018 First Nations, environmental groups and local politicians have called on the federal government to address “impossible” timelines in a […]

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Fisheries and Oceans Canada, the Canadian Coast Guard and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami announce new Arctic Region

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada News release Iqaluit, NU /Inuvik, NWT — Today the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Natan Obed, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) announced the creation of a stand-alone Arctic Region inclusive of the four regions of Inuit Nunangat for the Department of […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201852 Views

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Soot filled rivers mark the need for a national wildfire strategy – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?24,?2018? By Edward Struzik, Fellow, Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, Ontario THE CANADIAN PRESS This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201837 Views

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Federal carbon tax unfair, will hurt people in the wallet: Manitoba premier – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?23,?2018? By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ Premier Brian Pallister says he doesn’t believe the federal government when it says a nationally imposed carbon tax will be revenue neutral for Manitoba residents. Pallister says a federal plan to send rebate cheques to people in his province is unfair and […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201828 Views

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First Nations, environment groups say latest energy board pipeline review flawed – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?23,?2018 VANCOUVER _ Indigenous leaders in British Columbia are threatening future court challenges of the National Energy Board’s review of the marine shipping effects of an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline. Grand Chief Phillip Stewart, of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, says the project is a “stinker” that will worsen climate […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 201837 Views

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The Hidden Life of Trees in Kwiakah Territory – Coast Funds

October 23, 2018 Author Peter Wohlleben is teaming up with Kwiakah First Nation for a segment a documentary based on his best-selling book, The Hidden Life of Trees. The Nation is concerned about the impacts of industrial-scale logging in the Phillips Arm watershed. It’s not every day you can say celebrated environmentalist David Suzuki and […]

by ahnationtalk on October 23, 201836 Views

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