Great blue herons get a break in Vernon, B.C., as council asks developer to plan for their protection

Bird-lovers in Vernon, B.C., gained a victory this week when city council ordered a company planning to build apartments near a decades old great blue heron

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Indigenous leaders ‘losing faith’ in environmental protection amid budget cuts

Indigenous leaders in the N.W.T. and northern Alberta are “angry” about a joint decision by the federal government and Alberta to slash the budget

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Vernon, B.C., city council to reconsider protection for heronry

There are renewed concerns over the protection of the Vernon, B.C., heronry. Next week, Vernon city council is set to consider whether or not

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Flood protection delayed by deficient reports, lack of leadership: Calgary expert

A Calgary lawyer who specializes in regulatory reviews of massive private-sector projects says the proposed Springbank Reservoir — a dry dam that could help

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‘Big Brother Canada’ ups coronavirus protection for houseguests – National

The producers of Big Brother Canada (BBCAN) are now taking additional safety precautions to protect their Season 8 houseguests amid concerns of the novel coronavirus,

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‘A double whammy’: CPAWS calls for more protection of biodiversity as a way to also fight climate change

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society wants the federal government to pay more attention to protecting the country’s biodiversity — a goal it says

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Trudeau promises to boost environmental protection and teach more kids to camp

Justin Trudeau said today a re-elected Liberal government would protect a quarter of Canada’s natural land and ocean habitats by 2025, and would become

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Feds explain why Project Forseti informant was ousted from witness protection – Saskatoon

Drug use and repeated visits to a strip club are among the reasons why Project Forseti informant Noel Harder was kicked out of the

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Main source of Calgary drinking water needs protection from people

A task force is recommending that a risk management strategy be developed for the Bearspaw reservoir. The reservoir is a key source of drinking

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Education minister makes 1st address to ATA, as teachers say GSAs need protection

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange made her first address to the Alberta Teachers’ Association Saturday and was immediately greeted by a flutter of rainbow flags,

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