Wilderness Committee delivers thousands of letters to the Premier today, asking for an end to logging in Algonquin
TORONTO — The Wilderness Committee delivered thousands of letters today to the Ontario Legislative Assembly, urging the Premier to end logging in Algonquin Provincial Park.
“People don't support the degradation of parks, of nature, of wilderness,” said Wilderness Committee Campaigner Eric Reder. “Parks are a place for people to escape and unwind, and to connect with nature.”
NORTH BAY — The Wilderness Committee is condemning the Quebec government's plan to capture the remaining wild boreal woodland caribou in the province’s Val d’Or region and move them to a zoo-based captive breeding program.
Last Tuesday, a woodlot operator from northern Vancouver Island challenged my colleagues and I at a public meeting we hosted in Campbell River. He disagreed with a lot of our viewpoints, and he let us know before, during, and after our presentation.
Three nights later in Courtenay, he showed up again.