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Bat Monitoring Program- Volunteers Needed!

April 19, 2024 Attention MNO Citizens in Regions 1-5! The MNO is seeking volunteers for a native bat monitoring program. Volunteer Project The MNO Bat Monitoring Program is a 2-year pilot community science program for MNO citizens to help monitor endangered bat species. There are eight bat species present in Ontario, and of these eight […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 20242 Views

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Bigger boats, more nets, people arrive in Zeballos, B.C., for new orca rescue attempt – CityNews

April 19, 2024 ZEBALLOS, B.C. — A large seine fishing vessel capable of casting a net strong enough to hold a nearly 700-kilogram killer whale calf has arrived in Zeballos, B.C., to participate in the latest attempt to rescue the young orca stranded in a remote tidal lagoon. The flat-bottom aluminum vessel has a built-in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 202420 Views

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Winter Fuel Resupply Program a Success

April 18, 2024 Over 6,290,000 litres of fuel were delivered to eight NWT communities during a successful 2023/2024 winter road season. Despite a shorter winter road season due to warm temperatures and extra fuel delivery pressures due to a shortened barge season, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) was able to successfully resupply the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202413 Views

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More climate-action funding coming to communities throughout B.C.

April 18, 2024 VICTORIA – Local governments and Modern Treaty Nations will be able to begin work on larger climate-action projects, protecting communities for the next generation of British Columbians. “Local communities are key partners in our fight against climate change, and many sources of emissions, as well as the resulting impacts, are local in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202414 Views

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Canada brings the world together in pursuit of an ambitious global deal to end plastic pollution

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada April 18, 2024 Plastic pollution is everywhere in the environment, travelling beyond national borders, posing a risk to wildlife, and damaging ecosystems. Plastic production and waste is set to triple by 2060, and up to 37 million metric tons of plastic pollution could be entering our oceans every year […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202423 Views

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Kashechewan evacuees arriving in Barrie this week – TimminsToday.com

April 18, 2024 ‘We’re honoured to open our community to you and hope you feel at home,’ says Barrie mayor BARRIE – A group of evacuees from Kashechewan First Nation will be settling in Barrie this week. The residents will be hosted in the city after being evacuated from their homes near James Bay in […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202430 Views

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Makivvik Launches the Nunavik Climate Change Adaptation Strategy

Quaqtaq, Quebec – April 17, 2024 – Makivvik proudly announces the launch of the Nunavik Climate Change Adaptation Strategy. This initiative follows an extensive collaboration process with Nunavik communities and organizations to ensure the Strategy truly responds to the region’s climate change adaptation needs and realities. Climate change poses a significant threat to the delicate […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202426 Views

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Carbon price grievances end in doubled returns to Indigenous governments — not exemptions – Canada’s National Observer

April 18, 2024 After facing severe political blowback for its carbon tax exemption on oil last fall, Ottawa is caving to complaints for a second time and doubling rebates for First Nation governments. Exemptions remain off the table for First Nations. However, in Tuesday’s budget, Ottawa did go part way to meet their demands by […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 202437 Views

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Canada’s 2024 wildfire season expected to be even worse than last year’s – Cold Lake Sun

Apr 17, 2024 The warm fall and winter conditions throughout the country, as well as droughts, and minimal snowfall are all factors that contribute to a more intense fire season Last year’s wildfire season broke records for its intensity and resulted in Canada’s first-ever evacuation of an entire capital city — Yellowknife. Smoke from the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 17, 202432 Views

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Earth Day 2024: Here are 13 things to do in Metro Vancouver – The Star Phoenix

Apr 17, 2024 Spend some quiet time in nature or get your hands dirty and help pull out invasive plant species. Here are some events happening around the region to celebrate Earth Day. It’s Earth Day on April 22, which is a Monday this year. From nature walks and cleanup efforts to parties for the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 17, 202435 Views

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