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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, 2008665 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, 2008528 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, 2008636 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, 2008580 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, 2008590 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, 2008683 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, 2008668 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, 2008823 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, 2008554 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, 2008648 Views

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Important Issues On Environment Cannot Be Ignored

Posted on September 25, 2008

CPAWS urges voters to put tough questions to candidates

Ottawa – As important as the economy, healthcare, and funding for the arts are for the well-being of Canada, Canadians also care deeply about wilderness conservation and a healthy environment.

by NationTalk on September 27, 2008631 Views

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Canada’s Pacific North Coast Needs Better Management in the Face of Declining Ocean Health

Posted on September 25, 2008

VANCOUVER – Better management is needed to protect the diversity and abundance of marine life off British Columbia’s Pacific North Coast, one of the few places of its kind in the world, according to a publication released today by four conservation groups.

by NationTalk on September 26, 2008959 Views

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Clean Energy Efficiency Program Supports 62 Communities

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008EMPR0057-001457
Sept. 25, 2008

Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

PENTICTON – A total of $175,000 will support 10 communities selected to join the expanding Community Action on Energy and Emissions (CAEE) program, announced Richard Neufeld, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Barry Penner, Minister of Environment, and Blair Lekstrom, Minister of Community Development.

by NationTalk on September 25, 2008659 Views

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Yes to Salmon, No to Shell: Municipalities’ Vote Signals BC-Wide Methane Concerns

Penticton, British Columbia –(Sept. 25, 2008) – The Union of BC Municipalities today passed a resolution at its convention in Penticton urging Gordon Campbell to suspend Shell’s coalbed methane drilling plans in the Sacred Headwaters, the source of BC’s Skeena, Nass and Stikine Rivers. The City of Prince Rupert sponsored the resolution.

by NationTalk on September 25, 2008827 Views

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Premier, Cabinet Meet with Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs

Aboriginal Affairs
September 25, 2008

The Nova Scotia government and the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs have achieved an historic milestone. For the first time in the province’s history, cabinet and the 13 chiefs sat down together to discuss matters of mutual concern.

by NationTalk on September 25, 2008795 Views

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Municipalities Receive Climate Action Incentive

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008OTP0235-001451
Sept. 24, 2008

Office of the Premier

PENTICTON – The Province will offset the carbon tax for local governments who have committed to become carbon neutral by 2012, Premier Gordon Campbell announced today.

by NationTalk on September 25, 2008782 Views

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Premier Announces Regional Councils on Climate Action

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008OTP0229-001432
Sept. 24, 2008

Office of the Premier
Climate Action Secretariat

PENTICTON – More than 70 British Columbians from around the province have been selected as members of the Citizens’ Conservation Councils on Climate Action, Premier Gordon Campbell announced today at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities convention.

by NationTalk on September 24, 2008658 Views

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Phase Two of the Caribou Survey of Northern Herds Completed

Environment and Conservation
September 22, 2008

Phase two of the caribou census for the northern portion of the island has been completed and herd specific estimates are now available for the caribou herds found in the Adies Lake area, Gros Morne, Northern Peninsula, St. Anthony, Hodges Hills and Hampton Downs.

by NationTalk on September 22, 2008599 Views

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Future of Cod on Newfoundland’s Grand Banks: Decisions in Spain Next Week Could Send Cod Down the Path of Recovery or Extinction

(Halifax: September 19, 2008)

A pulse of three to four year old cod showing up on the southern Grand Banks may represent NAFO’s last chance to rebuild this severely depleted population. At its 2008 Annual Meeting, being held in Vigo Spain, from September 22-26, NAFO will make decisions on catch levels for fisheries with high cod bycatch that will likely determine the fate of cod on the southern Grand Banks. If caution isn’t exercised by setting low catch levels there is a good chance that this recruitment pulse of young cod will be wiped out through bycatch in other fisheries.

by NationTalk on September 21, 2008594 Views

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Green Energy Act Alliance Endorses Minister Smitherman’s Directive to Prioritize Conservation and Renewable Energy

(Toronto, Ontario, September 19, 2008) Yesterday, the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure directed the Ontario Power Authority to review and amend its Integrated Power System Plan (IPSP). The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) and other members of the Green Energy Act Alliance applaud this move and consider it a significant step forward in the evolution of the provincial energy sector.

by NationTalk on September 21, 2008834 Views

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AOPL Compatibility Mode Presentation

Growing Pipeline Infrastructure – The Canadian Experience

September 17, 2008
Austin, Texas

About CEPA

• Transport 97% of the crude oil and natural gas produced in Canada
• CEPA members expect to invest more than $40 Billion (Cdn) in expansion in the next 15 years.
– Represents a doubling of collective assets
– Total invest grows to $80 Billion adding Mackenzie and Alaska
• Operate over 100,000 kilometres of pipeline in Canada and the United States

by NationTalk on September 21, 2008593 Views

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CEPA Urges Both Canadian and US Governments to Ensure Timely Decisions to Secure North America’s Energy Future

CEPA President Brenda Kenny warns the window of opportunity for over $80 Billion worth of pipeline projects will not stay open forever

Austin, Texas (September 17, 2008) – North America is facing a once in a generation opportunity to build essential pipeline infrastructure in both Canada and the United States, says Brenda Kenny, President of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA).

by NationTalk on September 21, 2008643 Views

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Canada’s Pacific North Coast Needs Better Management in the Face of Declining Ocean Health

September 17, 2008 VANCOUVER – Better management is needed to protect the diversity and abundance of marine life off British Columbia’s Pacific North Coast, one of the few places of its kind in the world, according to a publication released today by four conservation groups.

by NationTalk on September 18, 2008758 Views

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Québec should look to Ontario for inspiration

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2008

Three groups call for the protection of at least half of Québec
September 17, 2008 – Québec

In its upcoming “Northern Plan,” the Québec government should look to Ontario for inspiration and include protection and conservation measures covering at least 50% of its northern territory. Two environmental groups based in Québec and an important Canadian Initiative are asking the Québec government to protect more than 50% of northern Québec. These wilderness areas, which span boreal forests, taiga, and tundra, will soon be at the centre of a large public debate with the upcoming announcement of the Charest governments’ “Northern Plan.”

by NationTalk on September 17, 2008651 Views

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Hydro One receives OEB Approval to Build $635 million High-voltage Transmission Line from Kincardine to Milton

Toronto, September 16, 2008 — The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) has approved Hydro One’s Leave to Construct application for the Bruce to Milton Transmission Reinforcement Project with conditions. The project involves the construction a 180-kilometre, double-circuit 500 kilovolt (kV) transmission line on a widened existing corridor between the Bruce Power Facility in Kincardine and Hydro One’s switching station in Milton. The line will transfer more than 3,000 megawatts of clean and renewable power from the Bruce area to southern Ontario. This project represents the largest expansion to Ontario’s transmission system in 20 years.

by NationTalk on September 16, 2008671 Views

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CIER Upcoming Conferences

Several CIER staff will be engaging in professional development this fall by attending conferences and symposiums on key environmental and First Nations topics.

Cheryl Jerome will be attending the “Boreal Zone Protected Areas: Towards Protecting International Natural Heritage” symposium Quebec City, held September 16 – 19. This protected areas conference is hosted by the Canadian Council on Ecological Areas. More information is available on their website.

by NationTalk on September 16, 2008821 Views

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Lowest Ever Sea Ice in Arctic – WWF

(Toronto: September 14, 2008)

Declining ice thickness and what is looking like the second lowest coverage on record means that Arctic sea ice may well have reached its lowest levels ever in terms of total volume. The final figures on the minimum ice coverage for this year are expected in a matter of days, but this year’s minimum figures are already flirting with last year’s record low of 1.59 million square miles, or 4.13 million square kilometres.

by NationTalk on September 15, 2008619 Views

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Canadian Sovereignty at A Crossroads In the Arctic

For immediate distribution – September 15, 2008
NEWS RELEASE

Expert says it’s time to get serious about asserting our claim to the Arctic

Montreal – Climate change and resource development are transforming the Arctic into a region of major international importance. Canada must improve its surveillance and enforcement capability in its northern regions and work with countries with important Arctic interests that potentially overlap with its own, according to a new publication from the Institute for Research on Public Policy.

by NationTalk on September 15, 20081855 Views

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CIER New Teaching Kit and Calendar Now Available

(Conserving Biodiversity, Publications and Products)

Through the Species at Risk Pathfinder Initiative, CIER has created the Manitoba and Saskatchewan First Nations Species at Risk Teaching Kit and Calendar to help teachers engage First Nations students in learning about the role of biodiversity, threats to species at risk, and the importance of healthy habitats.

This teaching kit and calendar are now available. To obtain a copy, please contact us, indicating how many kits you would like for your school.

Last Edited by CIER Staff at 9/12/2008

by NationTalk on September 14, 2008607 Views

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The failure of the retaining dyke at the Opemiska Mine near Chapais

August 18,2008 (Nemaska, Eeyou Istchee) On June 23, 2008, the dyke retaining tailings – the residue from previous mineral processing operations – from the former Opemiska Copper Mine at Chapais gave way. A mixture of tailings and water from the basin which held the tailings was released into the creek downstream from the pond, and washed away the foundation of Highway 113 and of the railroad just to the south. The flood stranded travelers and resulted in the intervention of Environment Quebec’s emergency services. The tailings were carried downstream to the Obatagamau and Chibougamau rivers, and there was understandable concern about the impacts of this dyke failure.

by NationTalk on September 12, 2008690 Views

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Wetlands Big Winner in New Collaboration

For immediate release
September 9, 2008

EnCana commits $1 million to conserve and restore wetlands in Alberta and B.C.

Calgary, AB – Wetland conservation received a $1 million boost from EnCana Corporation through a new collaboration with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) to conserve and restore key wetlands in Alberta and northeast British Columbia.

by NationTalk on September 11, 2008565 Views

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David Suzuki Foundation Reports the Ontario Greenbelt Contributes $2.6 Billion to Local Economy

September 9, 2008 TORONTO – A new report released by the David Suzuki Foundation with support from the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation today has found that Ontario’s Greenbelt contributes $2.6 billion worth of non-market ecological services to the province each year, an average value of $3,487 per hectare.

by NationTalk on September 10, 2008685 Views

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Students Make their Voices Heard at Toronto Mining Act Consultation

TORONTO, Sept. 9 – Toronto students were in attendance at last night’s last Mining Act consultation. As feedback from the Timmins, Thunder Bay and Kingston consultations has poured in, students from the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario, in collaboration with the Sierra Youth Coalition, brought the voices of their memberships to the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines.

by NationTalk on September 9, 2008607 Views

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CLIMATE CHANGE: Arctic Oil and Gas Rush Alarms Scientists

UXBRIDGE, Canada, Sep 8 – As greenhouse gas pollution destroys Arctic ecosystems, countries like Canada are spending millions not to halt the destruction but to exploit it.

Late last August, Canada announced a 93.7-million-dollar prospecting programme to map the energy and mineral resources of the region. There are “countless other precious resources buried under the sea ice and tundra,” Prime Minister Stephen Harper said during the announcement. The government’s mapping effort is expected to trigger 469 million dollars in private sector resource exploration and development.

by NationTalk on September 9, 2008715 Views

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Scientists Report Massive Ice Shelf Loss During Summer of 2008

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Canada’s Ice Shelves Lose 23 % of their Area, Number Reduced from Five to Four

Tuesday, September 2, 2008, Peterborough, Ontario

Following the widely reported July calving from the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf in the Canadian Arctic, massive changes have occurred to ice shelves located along the northern coast of Ellesmere Island. The entire 50 km2 Markham Ice Shelf broke away in early August and is now adrift in the Arctic Ocean. Two large sections of ice detached from the Serson Ice Shelf, shrinking this ice feature by 122 km2 (60 %). The Ward Hunt Ice Shelf also continued to break-up, losing an additional 22 km2.

by NationTalk on September 8, 2008594 Views

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Canada Funding Yukon Cold Climate Innovation Centre

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Whitehorse, Yukon (September 5, 2008) – The Honourable Chuck Strahl Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians announced funding today to develop an innovation centre on cold climate research and technology.

by NationTalk on September 7, 2008746 Views

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Lower Mattagami Hydroelectric Complex Redevelopment

Environmental Assessment to Continue as a Comprehensive Study

OTTAWA – September 5, 2008 – Canada’s Environment Minister, John Baird, has determined that a comprehensive study is the most appropriate type of environmental assessment for the proposed Lower Mattagami Hydroelectric Complex Redevelopment project in Ontario.

by NationTalk on September 7, 2008954 Views

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Federal Funding Awarded to Participate in the Environmental Assessment of the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project

OTTAWA, September 4, 2008 – The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has awarded a total of $125,000 to three applicants in support of their participation in the environmental assessment process of the proposed Lower Churchill project, near Happy Valley-Goose Bay in Newfoundland and Labrador.

by NationTalk on September 5, 2008559 Views

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CEMA announces Nitrogen Management Recommendations for Wood Buffalo

September 2, 2008

Fort McMurray, Alberta – The Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) announces the release of an Interim Nitrogen (Eutrophication) Management Recommendations and Work Plan for the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. This report, its recommendations and related work plan were prepared by the NOxSO2 Working Group of CEMA to address the potential fertilization (eutrophication) environmental impact issues associated with regional nitrogen oxides emissions.

by NationTalk on September 4, 2008629 Views

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Former Gunnar Mine Site Rehabilitation Project Availability of $20,000 in Participant Funding

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is making available $20,000 under its Participant Funding Program (the Program) to assist groups and/or individuals to take part in the environmental assessment of the proposed Former Gunnar Mine Site Rehabilitation Project.

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008999 Views

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Findings Released for Phase Two of Coastal Oceans Issues Scan

Fisheries and Aquaculture
Environment and Conservation
September 2, 2008

The Provincial Government has released the findings for phase two of the Issues Scan of Selected Coastal and Ocean Areas of Newfoundland and Labrador. The project examined the eastern and northeastern coasts of Newfoundland, as well as coastal Labrador. The Provincial Government invested $75,000 in having this report completed by the consultant BAE-Newplan Group Limited/SNC-Lavalin Inc. This initiative was led by the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture in close collaboration with the Department of Environment and Conservation.

by NationTalk on September 2, 2008559 Views

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Facts on Oil Sands and the Environment

By: Don Thompson
August 19, 2008

History and Context

• The oil sands industry is ~ 45 years old
�� 1/2 the average return period for forest fires in the region (80 years)
�� Approx.1/4 the time required to develop old growth forest
• Significant change in environmental awareness over that time
• At the same time, regulations have become more stringent, mitigation methods have improved and technological innovations have led to enhanced environmental performance
• Until mid-1990’s, only two operating oil sands facilities

by NationTalk on August 30, 2008657 Views

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Canada’s Environment Minister Calls for National Roundtable on Polar Bears

Will bring Environmental Groups, Inuit and First Nations, Provinces and Experts Together

Inuvik, Northwest Territories –(Aug. 28, 2008) – Canada’s Environment Minister John Baird today announced he will convene a national roundtable later this year dedicated to the conservation and protection of Canada’s polar bear population.

by NationTalk on August 28, 20081384 Views

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ESI to Monitor Alberta Oil Sands Air and Water Quality

Victoria, British Columbia –(Aug. 27, 2008) – ESI Environmental Sensors Inc. (“ESI”, the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE:ESV) today announced the company has been awarded an initial contract valued at more than $120,000 for procurement and installation of an air quality and soil moisture monitoring tower for deployment in the Fort McMurray, (Wood Buffalo) Alberta area. Upon successful completion of the initial system, potential exists for the installation of up to 12 additional towers

by NationTalk on August 27, 2008654 Views

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Work Progresses on Elk Management Plan

FOR RELEASE #08-203
August 25, 2008

WHITEHORSE – With steps in place to address winter ticks, the Yukon government will work with First Nations and stakeholders in the coming months to further pursue the objectives identified in the Elk Management Plan including a proposed limited harvest of elk in 2009, Environment Minister Elaine Taylor announced today.

by NationTalk on August 25, 2008647 Views

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Environmental Assessment Bulletin

Environment and Conservation
August 25, 2008

The Honourable Charlene Johnson, Minister of Environment and Conservation, has announced the following events relative to Part 10 Environmental Assessment of the Environmental Protection Act.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT COMMITTEES APPOINTED:

Schefferville Area Iron Ore Mine (James and Redmond Properties)

by NationTalk on August 25, 2008737 Views

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Canada’s Government Supports Local Community Organization Delivering Real Action on the Environment

LONDON, ONTARIO –(Aug. 23, 2008) – Canada’s Environment Minister John Baird announced an investment of $278,462 to the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority for The Thames River Aquatic Ecosystem Stewardship Initiative under the Habitat Stewardship Program.

“Our Government is committed to protecting and preserving our natural environment,” said Minister Baird. “I fully support grassroots community initiatives like these that deliver real results for Canadians by improving our environment.”

by NationTalk on August 24, 2008663 Views

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Canada’s Government Announces Protection for Arctic Wildlife Sanctuaries

OTTAWA, ON — August 22, 2008 — Canada’s Environment Minister John Baird, and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. Acting President, James Eetoolook, today announced the establishment of three new National Wildlife Areas on and around Baffin Island, protecting local species and habitat including the bowhead whale.

by NationTalk on August 24, 2008964 Views

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Invitation to a National Energy Board (NEB) Process Information Overview Session (COGOA 101) regarding the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (COGOA) and Canada Petroleum Resources Act (CPRA) on 30 September 2008

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Invitation to a National Energy Board (NEB) Process Information Overview Session (COGOA 101) regarding the Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (COGOA) and Canada Petroleum Resources Act (CPRA) on 30 September 2008

by NationTalk on August 19, 2008923 Views

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NEB Announces Hearing Location for the South Peace Pipeline Application

CALGARY, Aug. 18 – The National Energy Board (NEB) today announced that the hearing for the Spectra Energy (Westcoast Energy Inc.) South Peace pipeline application will be held in Dawson Creek, B.C., at the Best Western Hotel & Suites, 500 Highway No. 2, Dawson Creek.

by NationTalk on August 18, 2008607 Views

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