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AFN National Chief Delivers Strong Message to First Ministers About First Nations Rights in Economic Decision Making

AFN National Chief Delivers Strong Message to First Ministers About First Nations Rights in Economic Decision Making December 10, 2018 (Montreal, QC): Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde told the Prime Minister and Premiers at the First Ministers Meeting today that permits and licenses should not be given out by governments until […]

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Government of Canada announces new way forward on aquaculture management and the protection of wild salmon

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Ottawa, ON —?Global demand for fish and seafood as a high-protein food source has increased significantly in the last decades. This demand is projected to further increase as the world’s population continues to grow. Combined with unprecedented pressures on many global fish stocks in our oceans, it is clear the […]

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New Report Exposes Details of Canadian Oil Companies’ Systematic Weakening of Canada’s Climate Plan and Ambition

Canada’s Oil and Gas Companies Weakening National Climate Plan While Expanding Production, Says New Report Federal Government Must Double Climate Targets And Curtail Oil Expansion To Limit to 1.5° Katowice, Poland—A new report released today at COP 24 shows oil and gas emissions in Canada are rising and that oil and gas companies in Canada […]

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BCAFN Welcomes British Columbia’s CleanBC Plan

The government of British Columbia’s recent announcement of their CleanBC plan is welcomed by the BC Assembly of First Nations. It is necessary and timely to address the mounting devastating impacts of climate change. First Nations in BC will need to be part of the transition to the low carbon economy. Regional Chief Teegee said, […]

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BC energy minister interrupts, sidesteps question on Canadian oil – JWN

Dec. 10, 2018 When asked at Energy Forum 2018 how Canada is to get its oil to international markets, B.C. Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Michelle Mungall pivoted to clean technology. The minister told attendees at the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade (GVBOT) event last week that the B.C. government is successfully making […]

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UBCIC: Indigenous Leaders Unite at Montreal Climate Rally To Stop Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline

December 08, 2018 Indigenous Leaders Unite at Montreal Climate Rally To Stop Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline “First Nations in Quebec stand with First Nations in British Columbia. Trans Mountain will not be built. Energy East will never see the light of day.” For Immediate Release December 8, 2018, Montreal—As the COP24 climate conference got underway […]

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Ellen Page steps up attack on Nova Scotia pulp mill’s effluent pipeline – CTV News

December 10, 2018 HALIFAX — Hollywood actor Ellen Page is doubling down on her criticism of a Nova Scotia pulp mill, rallying her 1.4 million Twitter followers against its plan to build an effluent pipeline into the ocean. “Nova Scotia government MUST stop its corporate welfare for company that is literally destroying the province,” the […]

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Desjardins takes news steps to combat climate change

Montreal, December 10, 2018 – A year ago, Desjardins announced measures to become proactive in the fight against climate change. The initiatives centred on reducing its carbon footprint, investing in renewable energy projects, applying ESG criteria to promote environmentally and community-friendly financing, and giving added support to members and clients who are also adopting greener […]

by pmnationtalk on December 10, 20189 Views

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Notice of public hearing and participant funding for the review of Orano Canada’s uranium mine decommissioning licence for Cluff Lake.

December 10, 2018 – Ottawa, ON The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is offering participant funding to assist Indigenous peoples and members of the public in participating in the review of the licence renewal application and the Commission hearing process for Orano Canada Inc. The CNSC will hold a public hearing on May 15, 2019 […]

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Report summarizes 35 years of licensed harvest in Yukon

December 07, 2018 A new summary report provides a 35-year picture of licensed harvest for 6 key big game species in Yukon. The Licensed Harvest Trends Report 1980–2014 presents data collected by the Department of Environment from licensed hunters and brings together information previously available in various reports, including annual hunting regulations summaries. Consolidating existing […]

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Life-saving coast guard needs more independence, stable funding

Ottawa, Canada’s maritime search and rescue workers save an average of 15 lives every day and are responsible for monitoring millions of square kilometres of some of the harshest marine conditions in the world. Yet the Canadian Coast Guard — which leads maritime search and rescue operations — is hampered by its position within Fisheries […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201818 Views

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Madawaska-Edmundston International Bridge Replacement Project — Public Comments Invited

December?7,?2018?– The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) must decide whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the proposed?Madawaska-Edmundston International Bridge Replacement Project, located between New Brunswick and the state of Maine. To help inform this decision, the Agency is seeking comments from the public and Indigenous groups on the project and its potential […]

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Bruce Power: Bruce B update

On Dec. 6, a failure of a transformer outside the Unit 8 building at the Bruce B generating station, resulted in a release of mineral oil. The unit was offline for planned maintenance. There is a collection system designed and in place to capture mineral oil under these circumstances. Bruce Power is confirming that all […]

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Scientists find hundreds of new toxins in polar bear blood – CBC

Studies on effects and concentrations in humans should follow this research, study author says December 07, 2018 Hundreds of previously unknown contaminants were found in a new study of polar bear blood, published in a German chemical journal this week. There are many unexplained chemicals in human blood, as well as in wildlife and environmental […]

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Grand Council Chief in favour of cormorant cull – Manitoulin Expositor

December 07, 2018 M’CHIGEENG—Anishinabek Grand Council Chief Glen Hare was fired up this past Monday, after reading an article in the November 30 edition of The Recorder on the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) calling for public input into having a hunting season for cormorants in the province of Ontario, something he pointed […]

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Encouraging closer collaboration between scientists and Yukon First Nations – Alternatives Journal

Many northern First Nations are left unaware of the field research being conducted on their traditional territory. How to bring local Indigenous leaders into the permitting process? December 06, 2018 This is the second in an eight-part series on The Gordon Foundation’s Jane Glassco Fellowship Program. Every year, many?of the world’s best and brightest scientific […]

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Government of Alberta Curtails Production

December 06, 2018 On December 2, 2018, the Government of Alberta announced short-term reductions in crude oil and crude bitumen production that will take effect on January 1, 2019. On December 3, 2018, the Government of Alberta released regulations under the?Oil and Gas Conservation Act, Oil Sands Conservation Act,and?Responsible Energy Development Act?setting out the framework […]

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Premiers’ Meeting and COP24 – Business, Financial and Environmental Leaders Across the Country Urge Premiers to Respond to the Climate Crisis and Foster the Development of a Green Economy

MONTREAL, Dec. 7, 2018 – Alliance SWITCH and its partners from the business, finance and environment sectors across Canada — Clean Energy Canada, the McConnell Foundation, the Pembina Institute, the Trottier Family Foundation, the Aluminium Association of Canada, Conseil du patronat du Québec, the David Suzuki Foundation, Cycle Capital Management, Enerkem, Desjardins Group, énergir, écotech […]

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Government of Canada delivers marine safety infrastructure to Nunavut through the Oceans Protection Plan

December 7, 2018????Ottawa, Ontario Protecting the marine environment and all users of Canada’s oceans and waterways is of paramount importance. That is why the Government of Canada, under the Oceans Protection Plan, is taking action to make Arctic resupply operations faster, safer, and more efficient for remote communities. Transport Canada is assisting the Government of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201816 Views

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Roundtable discussion focuses on efforts to protect moose in Cariboo Chilcotin

Dec. 6, 2018 WILLIAMS LAKE – Doug Donaldson, Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development; Chief Joe Alphonse, Tribal Chairman, Ts?ilhqot’in National Government; and Scott Fraser, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, have commented on the first roundtable discussion on efforts to protect moose in the Cariboo Chilcotin: “Government representatives, First Nations […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201818 Views

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Regional Assessment of Offshore Oil and Gas Exploratory Drilling East of Newfoundland and Labrador — Participant Funding Available

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency December 6, 2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is making funding available through its Participant Funding Program to assist the participation of the public and Indigenous groups in the Regional Assessment of Offshore Oil and Gas Exploratory Drilling East of Newfoundland and Labrador, […]

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Cree Nation bans Indigenous harvest of George River caribou – CBC

It also says ‘unauthorized’ harvesting of healthier Leaf River herd must end Dec 06, 2018 The Cree Nation Government has voted in favour of a ban on Cree hunters harvesting caribou from the George River herd, whose numbers have seen a decline of 99 per cent since 2001. A resolution to limit the Cree hunt […]

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Updated rules protect Albertans from disaster

December 05, 2018 A new regulation will help communities improve their response to disasters by updating requirements for training, management plans and evacuation orders. The?Emergency Management Amendment Act?is now in effect, providing communities with an easy reference as they develop and refine their emergency management plans and programs. “We have all seen the number and […]

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I’m scared:’ Snuneymuxw shares grave concerns about Trans Mountain pipeline – Nanaimo News NOW

NANAIMO — Snuneymuxw First Nation have thrown their voice behind a push against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Elders Geraldine and Gary Manson spoke on Wednesday to the National Energy Board, who’s consulting Indigenous bands about the pipeline. The hearing is part of an ongoing environmental review, in response to the Federal Court of Appeal […]

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CleanBC plan to reduce climate pollution, build a low-carbon economy

December 05, 2018 VANCOUVER – The Government of British Columbia has released its CleanBC plan aimed at reducing climate pollution, while creating more jobs and economic opportunities for people, businesses and communities. “The low-carbon economy we build together will bring opportunities and jobs throughout the province, so people can live and work with greater security […]

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Grand Council of The Crees (Eeyou Istchee)/Cree Nation Government Bans Harvest Of George River Herd and Condemns Unauthorized Activities of Non-JBNQA Beneficiaries Related to Caribou Harvesting in Eeyou Istchee

NEMASKA, Eeyou Istchee (November 29, 2018) –The Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee)/Cree Nation Government continues to be gravely concerned about the serious decline in the Leaf River and George River caribou herds whose populations have dropped to alarming numbers. Strict conservation measures will be implemented by the Cree Nation to alleviate pressure on […]

by pmnationtalk on December 6, 201824 Views

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Funding available to support Indigenous participation in the development of policy and guidance on the proposed new impact assessment system

From: Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency Public notice December 5,?2018 — Ottawa — Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is making funding available to assist the participation of Indigenous peoples in future consultation and engagement activities on the development of policies and guidance related to the proposed new impact assessment system. […]

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Government of Canada is ensuring Indigenous peoples are well represented through the Oceans Protection Plan

From: Transport Canada December 5, 2018 Ottawa, Ontario Transport Canada Indigenous coastal communities share ties to Canada’s oceans that span generations. They value them as a source of livelihood, food security, and transportation routes. The Oceans Protection Plan is providing Indigenous peoples with new opportunities to protect, preserve, and restore Canada’s oceans and sea routes. […]

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The Government of Canada and Provinces and Territories agree to work together to create more jobs and protect our oceans and fisheries for future generations

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada December 5, 2018 St. John’s, Newfoundland – Bordered by three oceans, Canada is home to the longest coastline in the world. Our marine resources support hundreds of thousands of middle class jobs and rich ecosystems of abundant marine wildlife from coast to coast to coast. Today, federal, provincial and territorial […]

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BC chief says one major oil spill could ruin her nation’s economy forever – CTV News

December 4, 2018 OTTAWA – Leaders from several north-coast B.C. First Nations say if the Senate doesn’t approve a bill barring super-sized oil tankers from the region their fragile but thriving marine-based economies will die. The legislation would put into law an existing moratorium on tankers carrying more than 12,500 tonnes of crude oil in […]

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Retired biologist says southern Manitoba moose in decline, wants hunting ban – CTV News

December 4, 2018 A retired Manitoba wildlife biologist is calling for a ban on moose hunting in the southern half of the province. Vince Crichton says the species has declined over the past four decades to the point where an average of 130 moose remain in each of the nine areas where game hunting is […]

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Here’s What the Ontario Government is Doing About Climate Change – insauga.com

In the midst of cancelling the province’s cap and trade program and fighting the federal government on carbon tax, Doug Ford had not articulated a coherent alternative, leaving concerns that his government is in denial about climate change. Until now. Environment Minister Rod Phillips announced last week the Ontario government’s alternate climate change plan. And […]

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Species deeply rooted in Canadian culture are at risk

OTTAWA,?Dec 3, 2018 –?Canada risks losing some emblematic pieces of the biodiversity puzzle. The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in?Canada?(COSEWIC) determined that a widely-distributed tree (Black Ash), our largest land predator (Polar Bear), and many populations of our biggest salmon (Chinook) are at some risk of disappearing from?Canada. In less than two decades, […]

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Wildfire report calls out government practices – MY PG NOW

Dec. 4th, 2018 It’s not the first time government bodies have been under fire for how operations were handled over the last wildfire season. A recent report from the Nadleh Whut’en First Nations, located near Fraser Lake, cites lack of funding, lack of communication and jurisdictional confusion from the BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) and both […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201817 Views

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Tax Benefits For Indigenous Peoples – NOW Magazine

A representative from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will talk about tax benefits and credits for Indigenous peoples, and where to get help filing taxes. 6-7 pm. Free. RSVP on eventbrite.ca/e/53079576442 Presented as part of Toronto Public Library’s Personal Finance programs. For more information, please contact the branch at 416-393-7720. Read More: https://nowtoronto.com/events/tax-benefits-for-indigenous-peoples-c499a499/

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Important milestone reached for Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area

From: Parks Canada Agreement in Principle outlines key elements of future Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement December 4, 2018 Iqaluit, Nunavut Parks Canada Agency/Qikiqtani Inuit Association Canadians know that protecting our natural heritage is essential to our environment, our economy and our communities. That’s why the Government of Canada has committed to doubling the amount […]

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Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project: Review Panel Invites Public Comments on Sufficiency of Information

OTTAWA, December 4, 2018 – The Review Panel conducting the environmental assessment for the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project is notifying participants that the Proponent, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, has responded to Information Request Packages 9 through 13 and the remainder of responses to Packages 7 and 8. A compilation of all Information […]

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Indigenous lawyer ‘not optimistic’ about NEB hearings as Trans Mountain consultations wrap up – CBC

First Nations leaders from B.C. and Alberta in meetings with National Energy Board since late November Dec 04, 2018 Here’s a $7.4 billion question: Is the National Energy Board holding meaningful consultation with Indigenous people over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion? That was the requirement laid down by the Federal Court of Appeal in August […]

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CNSC Screening Levels for the Independent Environmental Monitoring Program

December 2018 What is the Independent Environmental Monitoring Program? The Independent Environmental Monitoring Program (IEMP) is a planned environmental sampling initiative led by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and designed to verify that the public and the environment around licensed nuclear facilities are protected. The IEMP is separate from, but complementary to, the CNSC’s […]

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 201830 Views

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B.C. First Nation to present oral evidence about Trans Mountain expansion impact – CTV News

December 3, 2018 NANAIMO, B.C. — The Tsleil-Waututh Nation will be presenting Indigenous oral traditional evidence to the National Energy Board at a hearing in Nanaimo, B.C. A news release says the board is hearing new evidence about the environmental effects of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion including adverse effects of shipping to species at risk […]

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Government of Canada releases the draft 2019–2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy for public consultation and the 2018 Progress Report

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 3, 2018 – Gatineau, Quebec The Government of Canada knows that, in the twenty-first century, the environment and the economy go hand in hand. To make sure we pass on a healthy and prosperous Canada to the next generation, we are putting sustainable development and the environment at […]

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Government of Canada puts $175 million toward projects that protect nature

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada December 3, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario Canada’s natural landscapes inspire pride from coast to coast to coast: Canadians love our mountains, lakes and rivers, as well as our coasts, forests, and wildlife. Nature is important not only to our cultural identity but also to our health and prosperity. That’s […]

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Government of Canada finalizes purchase of Driftwood Cove property, grows Bruce Peninsula National Park

From: Parks Canada December 3, 2018??????????????? ??????????????? Tobermory, Ontario?????????????????? Parks Canada Agency Canada’s natural landscapes inspire pride from coast to coast to coast. Nature is important not only to our cultural identity, but also to our health and prosperity. That’s why the Government of Canada is doubling the amount of nature protected in Canada’s lands […]

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Wild Pacific Salmon get a boost with new Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund for the province of British Columbia

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada November 30, 2018 Vancouver, BC – Fisheries are an important source of good, middle-class jobs in Indigenous and coastal communities, and they’re important to Canada’s economy as a whole. Wild Pacific Salmon are intrinsically linked to the culture and identity to British Columbians and they are fundamental to the culture […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201836 Views

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Have your say on the future of Bighorn Country

Dec 01, 2018 The Government of Alberta is holding public information sessions to ensure more Albertans can provide feedback on the proposal for Bighorn Country. In the spirit of Kananaskis Country, the Government of Alberta is proposing a mix of parks and public lands in the Bighorn region that would preserve natural landscapes while supporting […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201825 Views

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Government of Canada supports removal of abandoned boats in British Columbia through the Oceans Protection Plan

From: Transport Canada November 30, 2018 Victoria, British Columbia Transport Canada Abandoned boats are a growing problem across Canada. The Government of Canada, through its Oceans Protection Plan, is working hard to deter this irresponsible practice. Today, the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, announced the most recent applicants to receive funding to support the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201834 Views

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Anishinabek Nation, Canada and US mayors call for stricter rules for water withdrawals from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence

Anishinabek Nation, Canada and US mayors call for stricter rules for water withdrawals from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence COLLINGWOOD (November 30, 2018) — For the first time, Canada and United States mayors from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative and Anishinabek Nation leadership have joined together to call for stricter rules […]

by pmnationtalk on November 30, 201859 Views

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Fran?ois Legault says Apuiat wind farm project won’t move forward – CBC

Innu Nation remains hopeful project will see the light of day Nov 30, 2018 Innu leaders remain optimistic that the Apuiat wind farm project is still on the table, despite Premier Fran?ois Legault saying it will not move forward as long as Hydro-Québec has an energy surplus. Legault made the announcement after a two-hour meeting […]

by ahnationtalk on November 30, 201846 Views

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Government of Canada moving towards low-carbon economy

November 30, 2018 – Ottawa, Ontario – Public Services and Procurement Canada Public sector leadership is critical to achieving Canada’s goals for environmental and sustainable development. The Government of Canada will play its part by taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from federal operations and by increasing the resiliency of assets, services and […]

by pmnationtalk on November 30, 201846 Views

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Indigenous protected areas are the next generation of conservation – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov?30,?2018 By Courtney Mason, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities, Thompson Rivers University THE CANADIAN PRESS This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. […]

by ahnationtalk on November 30, 201852 Views

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