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Proposed Wildlife Act Regulation Amendments Out For Public Review

FOR RELEASE #08-287
November 18, 2008

WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board (YFWMB) and Environment Yukon are inviting the public to review and comment on 14 proposed Wildlife Act regulation changes for the coming year, Environment Minister Elaine Taylor announced today.

by NationTalk on November 18, 2008639 Views

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New Ontario Sustainable Energy Association Board Members Represent Diversity of Sustainable Energy Sector

Nov 14th, 2008
Media Release

TORONTO, November 14, 2008 – Newly elected Board members of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association represent a wide cross-section of people and communities involved in sustainable energy and committed to a Green Energy Act in Ontario.

by NationTalk on November 17, 2008800 Views

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Government Funds Research into Yukon River Watershed

FOR RELEASE #08-284
November 14, 2008

WHITEHORSE – The Government of Yukon’s on-going financial support of an international research project is already yielding scientific and socio-economic benefits, Environment Minister Elaine Taylor announced today.

by NationTalk on November 16, 2008731 Views

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National Gathering of Indigenous Peoples Challenge Harper Government in Winnipeg

DEFENDERS OF THE LAND GATHERING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 13, 2008

Winnipeg—Grassroots activists, elders, and elected leaders from First Nations fighting for self-determination and protection of land and resource rights presented a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the Conservative Party’s national policy conference in Winnipeg today. The Indigenous spokespeople have come to Winnipeg from communities across Canada to form a network dedicated to fighting for recognition of and respect for Indigenous rights, and deliver their message to Prime Minister Harper.

by NationTalk on November 14, 2008731 Views

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Environment Minister Prentice Must Act Now to Prevent Over-hunting of Polar Bears

November 13, 2008

In a letter sent this week, WWF-Canada called on Environment Minister Jim Prentice to quickly take steps to prevent over-hunting of the Baffin Bay polar bear sub-population, which straddles the border between Canada and Greenland. It was recently revealed that both Nunavut and Greenland will continue to allow over-hunting of this shared sub-population despite expert recommendations to significantly reduce the number of bears killed.

by NationTalk on November 14, 2008595 Views

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User-Needs Assessment to Guide Development of GeoPortal for Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association

November 13 2008

GeoConnections is helping to fund a user-needs assessment for the Cree Nation in Quebec. This assessment will be used to direct the next stage of development of the Cree GeoPortal for the Eeyou Istchee Grand Council.

by NationTalk on November 14, 2008568 Views

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Carcross Tagish First Nation to Analyze Requirements for Geospatial Decision-Support System

November 13 2008

GeoConnections is contributing to an initiative that will help Yukon’s Carcross Tagish First Nation (CTFN) to comment on land dispositions and natural resource use and to participate in land-use planning.

by NationTalk on November 14, 2008578 Views

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Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project – Panel Invites the Public to Express its Views Starting December 1, 2008

Ottawa, November 10, 2008 – The panel mandated to review Hydro-Québec’s Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project will be holding the second part of the public hearing starting December 1, 2008. A live audio broadcast of the sessions will be available on the BAPE Web site at www.bape.gouv.qc.ca. Simultaneous interpretation into Innu language will be available on site. Those interested in remotely presenting their brief to the panel verbally, will have access to a telephone line during the Sept-Îles sessions starting December 9, 2008.

by NationTalk on November 10, 2008797 Views

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CNSC Receives Application for Licence to Prepare Site for a New Nuclear Plant Project in Haldimand-Norfolk

OTTAWA, ONTARIO –(Nov. 7, 2008) – On October 31, 2008, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) received an application for a licence to prepare a site and a project description from Bruce Power Erie Inc. for a proposed new nuclear power plant in the Haldimand-Norfolk region of southern Ontario. The submission mentioned that two nuclear reactors would be built at the future plant to potentially generate between 2,200 and 3,200 megawatts of electricity to the Ontario grid.

by NationTalk on November 9, 2008635 Views

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Comments on Mining Act review

Read Wildlands League’s comments regarding Modernizing Ontario’s Mining Act (EBR Registry Number: 010-4327).

Mining Act Modernization Consultations
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines
Deputy Minister’s Office
Corporate Policy Secretariat
99 Wellesley Street West
Suite 5630
Whitney Block
Toronto Ontario
M7A 1W3

Dear Sir/Madame,

RE: Comments regarding Modernizing Ontario’s Mining Act
(EBR Registry Number: 010-4327)

Wildlands League welcomes the opportunity to provide comments on Ontario’s Mining Act so that proposed changes reflect modern day values associated with our public lands, alleviates land-use conflicts, and protects the public interest.

by NationTalk on November 9, 2008641 Views

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Geoscience BC Releases QUEST-West Airborne Gravity Survey

NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Nov. 6, 2008) – Geoscience BC is pleased to announce the release of the QUEST-West airborne gravity survey today at 12:00 pm Pacific Time in Nelson BC, at the Minerals South Conference organized by the Chamber of Mines of Eastern BC.

by NationTalk on November 6, 2008598 Views

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CPAWS Wildlands League Congratulates Premier McGuinty and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug on Boreal Awards

November 6, 2008 – Toronto – Last night Premier Dalton McGuinty and the community of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) were honoured with awards for protecting the Boreal Forest at an annual gala in Ottawa held in the National Art Gallery. Award winners were recognized by a cross section of Canada’s leading community, business and Aboriginal leaders, politicians and engaged Canadians. CPAWS Wildlands League commends both the Premier and KI on their vision, diligence and commitment in Boreal protection.

by NationTalk on November 6, 2008623 Views

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Canadian Boreal Awards honour Minister John Baird, Premier Dalton McGuinty, and Aboriginal Leaders for Protecting Canada’s Boreal Forest

Media release: for immediate release

Ottawa, November 5, 2008: Canadian Boreal Awards honour Minister John Baird, Premier Dalton McGuinty, and Aboriginal leaders for protecting Canada’s Boreal Forest

The Canadian Boreal Initiative today presented Boreal Awards to this year’s recipients, including Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, federal Transport Minister John Baird, the First Nations communities of Good Hope and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI), along with other deserving winners.

by NationTalk on November 6, 2008771 Views

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Expert Panel Recognizes Canada’s International Obligation with Respect to Arctic Science

OTTAWA, Nov. 5 – An international expert panel appointed by the Council of Canadian Academies has concluded that Canada has an international obligation with respect to arctic science. In a report released today, the panel discusses the proposed science priorities for a Canadian Arctic Research Initiative (CARI).

by NationTalk on November 6, 2008626 Views

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The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk has Initiated a Call for Proposals

First Nations can make a difference to the long-term survival of plant and animal species at risk of disappearing from the wild by participating in recovery and protection actions. Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR) funds help to support these actions.

by NationTalk on November 6, 2008528 Views

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Ending Ontario’s Mining Act misery

MEDIA RELEASE
For Immediate Release November 5, 2008

Free-entry system causing chaos; taxpayers on hook for half a billion dollars

TORONTO – Two major environmental groups released a legal report today highlighting serious flaws in Ontario’s antiquated Mining Act that has lead to more than a century of conflict between mining companies, the public and Aboriginal peoples. Prepared by the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP) and Ecojustice (formerly Sierra Legal Defence Fund), the report presents the Ontario government with a clear framework for updating the law and revamping contentious elements of the law.

by NationTalk on November 5, 2008626 Views

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Media Advisory – Federal, Provincial Ministers, First Nations and Environmental Leaders Gather in Ottawa for Boreal Awards

OTTAWA, Nov. 3 –

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WHAT: National awards ceremony for those who have made an outstanding contribution to protecting Canada's Boreal Forest. Nominees include Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, Federal Minister John Baird, the First Nations communities of Fort Good Hope, a Dene community from the Northwest Territories and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug from northwest Ontario (winners embargoed until Wed. night).

by NationTalk on November 4, 2008589 Views

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International Declaration Against Unsustainable Salmon Farming sent to United Nations

Nov 3rd, 2008
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Fish farm opposition – the gathering storm goes international

(Norway, Chile, U.S., U.K., Canada) November 3, 2008 – International environmentalists, First Nations, scientists, tourism operators and owners, fishermen/women met in Chile, Norway and Canada on the impact of salmon farms. Joined by people from Scotland, U.K and the U.S. they are sending the Declaration Against Unsustainable Salmon Farming to the United Nations reporting that industrial salmon farming is using the same ruinous tactics worldwide. “They came into my territory and denied, delayed, distracted us from the truth for 20 years with no regard for their impact on the environment and my people”, states Bob Chamberlin chief of the Kwicksutaineuk/Ah-kwa-mish First Nation in Canada.

by NationTalk on November 3, 2008687 Views

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Geoscience BC to Release QUEST-West Airborne Gravity Data on November 6, 2008

October 31, 2008

Geoscience BC is pleased to announce the upcoming release of the QUEST-West airborne gravity survey. The data will be released on Geoscience BC’s website [www.geosciencebc.com] on Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 12:00 pm Pacific Time.

by NationTalk on November 3, 2008539 Views

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Lubicon Struggle Shines Light on Regulatory Failures in Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry

October 31, 2008 – Consensus is growing that the failure of governments to effectively regulate the banking sector is largely responsible for the huge economic mess we’re now facing. Throughout the past few decades, those who were entrusted to protect the public interest have accepted as gospel the idea that governments should get out of the way and let markets self regulate, with disastrous results.

by NationTalk on October 31, 2008677 Views

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Species at Risk Scientific Committee

For Immediate Release
October 30, 2008

McGuinty Government Looks to Science To Assess And Classify Species At Risk

The work of the committee will result in species being classified as “at risk” and placed on the Species at Risk in Ontario list. Species can be classified as extinct, extirpated, endangered, threatened or of special concern. The committee makes decisions on appropriate classifications based on the best scientific information available, including community and Aboriginal traditional knowledge. Species classified as endangered and threatened will be protected, along with their habitat.

by NationTalk on October 31, 2008660 Views

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Yukon First Nations Unite against Controversial Mining Project

Opposition to proposed heap leach mine that could pollute Yukon River grows as Yukon Grand Chief vows to take issue to Ottawa if Yukon Government does not act..

Attention: Assignment Editor, Business/Financial Editor, Environment Editor, News Editor, Government/Political Affairs Editor

Carmacks, Yukon, MEDIA ADVISORY –(Oct. 30, 2008) – Opposition to Western Copper Corporation’s Carmacks Copper mine is growing. At a meeting of Yukon First Nations in Whitehorse last week the Chiefs demanded that Yukon Government not issue any licenses or permits to the proposed heap leach mine. Andy Carvill, Grand Chief of the Council of Yukon First Nations, will assist the Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation with taking their case to Ottawa if licensing proceeds.

by NationTalk on October 31, 2008731 Views

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WWF-Canada and Coca-Cola in Canada partner on Freshwater Conservation and Climate Protection

October 30, 2008

Announcement coincides with release of global conservation targets set by WWF and the Coca-Cola systemWWF-Canada and Coca-Cola Ltd. today announced a three-tiered partnership to conserve freshwater and fight climate change.

The partnership components are as follows:

by NationTalk on October 31, 2008743 Views

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Conservation Group Helps Build Capacity of First Nations to Respond to Mining in Far North

Oji-Cree Speaking Mining Coordinator Hired

TORONTO, Oct. 29 – Wildlands League is pleased to announce that it is launching a new project in the far north to support First Nations as they respond to exploration and mining issues. Wildlands League, a leading conservation group in Ontario, welcomes John Cutfeet, as its new Bilingual Mining Coordinator.

by NationTalk on October 29, 2008660 Views

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WWF Praises De Beers Commitment to Stay Out of Caribou Calving Areas in The NWT and Nunavut

YELLOWKNIFE, ONTARIO –(Oct. 27, 2008) – Today, marking the launch of its new book Caribou and the North: A Shared Future in Yellowknife, WWF-Canada strongly supported De Beers Canada’s commitment not to conduct activities in barren-ground caribou calving areas in the NWT and Nunavut.

by NationTalk on October 27, 2008844 Views

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Innovative Clean Energy Fund – Now Accepting Proposals

Oct 23, 2008

projects in British Columbia’s rural communities through the Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund.

The Province is now accepting proposals for innovative, clean energy projects in British Columbia’s rural communities. View the provincial government’s news release. (PDF – 19KB)

by NationTalk on October 24, 2008602 Views

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RBC announces 2008 Blue Water Project Leadership Grant Recipients

12 North American organizations to share more than $1.7 million

TORONTO, October 22, 2008 — RBC today announced its latest round of RBC Blue Water Project Leadership Grant recipients. Twelve organizations, selected from 206 applicants from across North America, will share more than $1.7 million in grants to support programs that help protect watersheds and ensure access to clean drinking water.

by NationTalk on October 22, 2008822 Views

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OIL SANDS-PART 3: Biggest Customer Has Second Thoughts

By Chris Arsenault*

FT. MCMURRAY, Oct 20 – As Canada’s tar sands extraction expands full steam ahead, a perfect storm of internal and external opposition could derail some of the voracious growth at the world’s largest energy project.

Together, skyrocketing construction costs, falling crude prices, increasingly vocal opposition from some native groups, and a little known section of the 2007 U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act all threaten growth projections in northern Alberta.

by NationTalk on October 20, 2008610 Views

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Unreleased Report Forecasts Water Troubles

Monday October 20, 2008

(Ottawa) The Council of Canadians and MiningWatch Canada have made public a report drafted by Environment Canada in December 2007 revealing that the agency had documented crucial information regarding the looming freshwater crisis in Canada.

by NationTalk on October 20, 2008592 Views

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TransCanada Keystone Pipeline GP Ltd, Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline Project

The following are proposed projects for which a proponent has only filed a Project Description with the NEB. This initiates certain procedural steps under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEA Act), but it should be noted that this is distinct from and does not constitute an Application under the NEB Act. When the proponent has also submitted a formal Application to the NEB, the project Application file can then be found under Major Applications.

by NationTalk on October 19, 2008803 Views

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OIL SANDS-PART 1: Showdown at Ft. McMoney

By Chris Arsenault*

FT. MCMURRY, Canada, Oct 16 (IPS) – The sun rises in a bright, red line over flat land, small lakes, boreal forest and peat bogs as our small double engine plane bumps through early morning turbulence between Edmonton and Ft. McMurray, Canada.

With more than 173 billion barrels of oil recoverable with current technology and more than 100 billion dollars in committed capital investment, the Alberta tar sands around Ft. McMurray are considered the largest industrial project on earth. Unlike conventional crude, oil here isn’t pumped, it’s mined.

by NationTalk on October 18, 2008724 Views

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OIL SANDS-PART 2: “Where I Come From Is Ground Zero”

By Chris Arsenault*

FT. MCMURRAY, Oct 17 (IPS) – The wheels of the Caterpillar 797B, the world’s largest truck, are always going round and round at Shell Canada’s Albian Sands mine.

The massive dump trucks, with wheels standing twice the size of a person and tires costing some 40,000 dollars apiece, carry tar sand 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

by NationTalk on October 18, 2008692 Views

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News Release – Federal Funding Awarded for Participation in the Environmental Assessment of the Proposed Lower Mattagami Hydroelectric Complex Redevelopment Project

OTTAWA – October 16, 2008 – The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has awarded $13,000 to the Métis Nation of Ontario to support its participation in the environmental assessment of the proposed Lower Mattagami Hydroelectric Complex Redevelopment Project in Ontario.

by NationTalk on October 16, 2008637 Views

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Notice – Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project: Public hearing

Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry

Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project

PUBLIC HEARING

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and
Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement

Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) and the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) give notice that the public hearing sessions for the above project will begin on October 27, 2008.

by NationTalk on October 16, 2008702 Views

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Ontario Calls for “Community Go Green Fund” Applications

News Release
For immediate release
October 15, 2008

McGuinty Government Seeks Community-based Greenhouse Gas Reduction Projects

NEWS

Ontario is helping communities reduce greenhouse gasses by continuing funding for local projects through its Community Go Green Fund.

by NationTalk on October 15, 2008746 Views

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The Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee) Reject Quebec’s Forestry Green Plan in the National Assembly

QUEBEC CITY, Oct. 14 – In a presentation earlier this morning to the Economics and Labour Commission at the National Assembly, Matthew Mukash, Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee), denounced the Government’s proposal on Forestry known as the “Green Plan”. The Grand Chief stressed that the Green Plan is not an option for the James Bay Territory because it would erode the gains the Crees have made in forestry with the Paix des Braves Agreement.

by NationTalk on October 15, 2008690 Views

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Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project: Public hearing to begin October 27, 2008

Ottawa, October 8, 2008 – The first part of the public hearing for Hydro-Québec’s Romaine Hydroelectric Complex Project will begin on Monday, October 27, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of Saint-Pierre Church, located at 742, Escale Blvd., in Havre-Saint-Pierre. If the Panel determines that it requires more time, the meetings will continue in the afternoon and evening, in the following days.

by NationTalk on October 12, 2008780 Views

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First Nations Leadership Council Statement of Support for Xeni Gwet’in

News Release
For Immediate Release
October 9, 2008

Coast Salish Territory (Vancouver, BC) – The BC First Nations Leadership Council stands behind and fully supports the position of the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation in their opposition to the use of Teztan Biny (Fish Lake – west of Williams Lake, BC) as a waste rock and tailings pond.

by NationTalk on October 10, 2008614 Views

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Geoscience BC-Horn River Basin Project

Fort St John (October 8, 2008): Geoscience BC is pleased to announce, in partnership with the Horn River Basin Shale Gas Producers Group and the B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, a $5 million geoscience research program in the Horn River Basin of northeast B.C.

by NationTalk on October 8, 20081509 Views

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Uravan Minerals Inc. – Garry Lake Uranium Project – INAC Minister Decision

TSXV: UVN

CALGARY, Oct. 6 – On January 25, 2008 Uravan Minerals Inc. (“Uravan) (TSXV: UVN) submitted a Land Use Permit (LUP) application to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) and the Government Nunavut Territory (GNU) for its Garry Lake project proposal. The Garry Lake LUP application was subsequently reviewed by INAC, GNU and other land use regulators such as the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB or Board), Kivalliq Inuit Association (KIA), Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC) and Nunavut Water Board (NWB) as follows:

by NationTalk on October 7, 2008647 Views

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Increasing Yukon’s Hydroelectric Capacity will Lower Energy Costs

FOR RELEASE #08-242
October 6, 2008

Whitehorse – The Yukon government will lower its carbon footprint by increasing its capacity for hydroelectric power generation, Premier Dennis Fentie said.

by NationTalk on October 6, 2008514 Views

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The International Conservation Union (IUCN); Skeena River Sockeye Among World’s Most Endangered: International Scientists

Terrace, British Columbia –(Oct. 6, 2008) – The International Conservation Union (IUCN) has added three Skeena River sockeye salmon populations to a red list of globally threatened species. One has been listed “critically endangered”, one “endangered” and a third “vulnerable”.

by NationTalk on October 6, 2008619 Views

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Highland Valley Waste Management Project Approved

INFORMATION BULLETIN
For Immediate Release
2008ENV0093-001514
Oct. 6, 2008

Ministry of Environment

VICTORIA – Highland Valley Copper (the proponent) has received an environmental assessment (EA) certificate for the Highland Valley Centre for Sustainable Waste Management project.

by NationTalk on October 6, 2008560 Views

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New Energy Initiatives for Coastal Labrador Announced During Ministerial Tour of Northern Labrador

Natural Resources
Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
October 6, 2008

The Provincial Government today announced two new energy initiatives in select coastal Labrador communities designed to identify potential alternative energy sources for isolated diesel communities. These programs will assist residents and businesses to conserve energy and better manage their consumption.

by NationTalk on October 6, 2008575 Views

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Environmental Coalition Launches Suffield Video Days before Hearing

Southern Alberta Group for the Environment • Federation of Alberta Naturalists • Alberta Wilderness Association • Nature Canada • Grasslands Naturalists • Nature Saskatchewan

Calgary (October 2, 2008) – The high-profile hearing for EnCana’s application for a large shallow gas project in the Suffield National Wildlife Area (NWA) will begin in Calgary on Monday, October 6. Today the Suffield Coalition – seven conservation groups opposing the application – launched a three-minute videhighlighting EnCana’s poor environmental record in the area and pointing tthe danger tSuffield’s rare grassland ecosystem. The video, entitled “Suffield National Wildlife Area – Defending a Grassland Treasure,” can be viewed on the Alberta Wilderness Association website (www.AlbertaWilderness.ca).

by NationTalk on October 3, 2008662 Views

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CFCAS and the University of Calgary announce Exciting New Air Quality Research Project

October 1, 2008

Research will allow a more accurate assessment of the impact of increased nitrogen oxide emissions in the Canadian North
The Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences (CFCAS) and the University of Calgary are proud to announce $173,495 in new funding over two years to support research that will advance Canada’s science and technology objectives while helping prepare for the impacts of climate change.

by NationTalk on October 1, 2008649 Views

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BEAHR Calendars on Sale Now

Congratulations to Shareen Halverson, the grand prize winner of the 2009 Aboriginal EnviroCareers Calendar contest and recipient of a $1,000 scholarship! Shareen is 18 years old and resides in Hope, British Columbia.

by NationTalk on October 1, 2008804 Views

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Ontario Nature Calls on McGuinty Government to Reform Outdated Ontario Mining Act

Sep 30th, 2008

Ontario’s Mining Act full of holes!

Now is the time to participate in the consultation process and help shape the outdated Ontario Mining Act

(Toronto, September 30, 2008) Ontario Nature, a leading conservation and habitat protection organization, is calling on the Province to address the social and environmental holes in Ontario’s archaic Mining Act. The Ontario government is now in the process of revising the 116-year-old legislation and is giving the public the opportunity to comment through the Environmental Registry.

by NationTalk on October 1, 2008537 Views

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Further $25M Dedicated to Rural Clean Energy Projects

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008OTP0241-001483
Sept. 30, 2008

Office of the Premier
Ministry of Technology, Trade and Economic Development

VANCOUVER – The Province will provide a further $25 million to develop innovative, clean energy projects in British Columbia’s rural communities through the Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund, Premier Gordon Campbell announced today.

by NationTalk on September 30, 2008634 Views

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