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Thunder Bay will help ease transition for Kashechewan evacuees, deputy fire chief says – CBC

About 200 people from the often flood-threatened James Bay community in Thunder Bay Apr 24, 2019 A deputy fire chief in Thunder Bay, Ont., says the city will do more than just help provide shelter for the roughly 200 evacuees from Kashechewan First Nation staying in the city. Residents have to temporarily leave the James […]

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Ontario and Great Lakes Guardians’ Council Meet to Discuss Great Lakes, Water Protection

April 23, 2019 Ontario’s government is working to protect what matters most by identifying priorities for action to help protect the water quality and ecosystems of the Great Lakes and other waterways as part of its commitment in the Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan. Today, Rod Phillips, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks and Grand Council […]

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Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program

On this page Overview Individual approach for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Eligible organizations Eligible activities Application process Early round of funding Map of funded programs For more information Related links Overview In the 2017 Budget, the Government of Canada announced $25 million over four years to support an Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program. This program […]

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CNL recognized for environmental excellence by Wildlife Habitat Council

Canada’s national nuclear laboratory awarded Gold Certification by Wildlife Habitat Council for commitment to environmental stewardship and wildlife protection Chalk River, April 22, 2019 – Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded Gold Certification by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) for its […]

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Government is launching a $4.5M ‘Species at Risk’ stewardship program – Sudbury.com

In January the government launched its consultation on updating the 10-year-old act NORTH BAY — The province says it is implementing recommendations of Ontario’s 10-year review of the Endangered Species Act and launching a $4.5M improved Species at Risk stewardship program Consultations ended this past winter and the province is improving outcomes for species at […]

by ahnationtalk on April 23, 20192 Views

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Canadian Rangers assisting in Kash evacuation – Timmins Press

Canadian Rangers are playing key roles in the evacuation of Kashechewan First Nation as it prepares for possible serious flooding. April 22, 2019 KASHECHEWAN — Canadian Rangers are playing key roles in the evacuation of Kashechewan First Nation as it prepares for possible serious flooding. The Rangers, who are part-time army reservists, are members of […]

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Global Warming Is Making The Arctic Fall Apart – Advocator

April 23, 2019 It is no secret that global warming is slowly destroying our planet, despite the fact that many choose to refuse the truth, A recent scientific survey brings even more evidence and it focuses on the impact of global warming in the Arctic. Everything is affected, from the climate to the landscape. Coastal […]

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Kashechewan evacuees arrive in city (4 photos) – Tbnewswatch.com

Approximately 250 people from Kashechewan First Nation will arrive in the city on eight flights this weekend following a precautionary evacuation of the community due to possible flooding THUNDER BAY – The people of Kashechewan First Nation appeared to be in good spirits as they stepped off the plane onto the tarmac at the Thunder […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 20196 Views

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MP calls for national strategy to protect Canada’s freshwater – CBC

The existing freshwater strategies haven’t been updated since 1987 Apr 18, 2019 NDP MP Tracey Ramsey grew up on the water’s edge in Essex County — and her love for the water has her pushing for a national strategy to protect freshwater across the country. According to Ramsey, the freshwater policies that currently exist haven’t […]

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Milton Logistics Hub Project – Notice of Hearing

April 16, 2019 — The Review Panel for the proposed Milton Logistics Hub Project has announced that the public hearing will begin with a general session in Milton, Ontario on June 19, 2019. Members of the public, Indigenous groups, governments, and other organisations are invited to participate in this next stage of the joint process for the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 16, 20198 Views

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