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London conservation authority defends programs against environment minister

‘That suggests a serious lack of understanding about what conservation authorities do.’ Read More source

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Clean-up ‘well-advanced’ after gas pipeline leak into tributary of Beaverlodge River: CNRL

One week after a natural gas pipeline leaked, partly into a tributary of the Beaverlodge River in northwestern Alberta, “clean-up…

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Photographer spots lynx napping outside Alberta legislature

An Edmonton photographer was caught off guard Monday when he spotted a lynx resting under a tree outside the Alberta…

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Boil water advisory issued for Lake Louise after water main break over weekend

The Lake Louise Fire Department told people to boil water for a minimum of two minutes before drinking, brushing teeth,…

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Big increase in patients spurs Calgary-area wildlife rescue centre to appeal for donations

The Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation is appealing for support from the public to meet a big increase in demand.…

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Protesters rally against Line 3 pipeline at Enbridge office in Minnesota

Dozens of people rallied outside a Minnesota office of Enbridge to protest the company’s proposed Line 3 oil pipeline replacement.…

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E-bikes in the mountains: Where you can and can’t ride in Alberta’s national parks

When and where you can use e-bikes varies throughout the mountain parks. Read More source

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Majority of Canadians believe in climate change — here’s why some still don’t

Experiencing the effects of climate change can affect how seriously you it, a climate change expert said. Read More source

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Edmonton drinking water ‘perfectly safe’ despite pipeline spill into tributary of North Saskatchewan River: EPCOR

Four days after the Alberta Energy Regulator was told 40,000 litres of oil emulsion leaked from a pipeline into a…

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Demonstrators worried North Okanagan logging would put water supply at risk

“A worst-case scenario is that this logging will trigger a landslide.” Read More source

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Northumberland County’s new recycling programs delayed several months

The programs were scheduled to launch in September but have been delayed until Dec. 2, the county announced. Read More…

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New water problems for New Brunswick beach prompt call for testing

Poor water quality resulted in the advisories on Aug. 12, 14, 15 and 16 for Parlee Beach, a popular tourist…

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Lifeguard season extended at Centennial Beach in Barrie

Buoy lines will remain in the water on Centennial Beach and on Johnson’s Beach until Sept. 3, after Labour Day…

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Cleanup of central Alberta oil spill expected to take 3 weeks

Bonterra Energy Corp. says it has 70 workers cleaning up the site of an oil emulsion leak from a pipeline…

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Ministry dropping rabies vaccine baits by air in southern Ontario

The rabies vaccine baits are an effort to immunize any raccoons, skunks and foxes that eat them. Read More source

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Battle over Nova Scotia pulp mill’s future reflects wider Canadian debate: filmmaker

“People are now seriously asking the question ‘What is the limit to resource exploitation?'” Read More source

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Power outage causes oil spill off N.L., Canadian Coast Guard notified

The Canadian Coast Guard and the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board have been notified. Read More source

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Southern Alberta agriculture event showcases the latest in farming technology

Southern Albertan farmers held an event called Open Farm Day Saturday to inform the public just far how far the…

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