Campaign Recent Developments: Woodland Caribou

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A spokesperson for Tolko Industries promised that the company will meet all environmental responsibilities as it ceases operating its pulp-and-paper mill operation in The Pas in early December.
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Brian Pallister says he understands the committee's concerns but such a suggestion is 'premature.'
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The Wilderness Committee is calling on the provincial government to ensure Tolko properly decommissions all logging roads.
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By Eric RederRicochet MediaMay 19, 2016 Normally environmental research leads to information about the detrimental effects of a development. As an environmental advocate, I don’t make a grand discovery on every campaign, or even every year. But one Sunday in March, as I contemplated the hiking route for a new guided environmental tour, I realized such a discovery, on arguably thebiggest environmental campaign in Canada.
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News Release Keep it Wild education report outlines plan to meet, surpass global protected areas goals WINNIPEG - Today the Wilderness Committee released their new education report - Keep it Wild! A Conservation Vision for Manitoba - a path forward to preserve the province’s wilderness and surpass the global goal of protecting 17 per cent of Manitoba lands and waters by 2020.
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April 29, 2016 A convocation of eagles had appeared ahead of me, but I was still fumbling to free my camera from the depths of my backpack.
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What does it take to save a species? It takes people like you – people who care about our wildlife and know we are still lucky enough to live in a country that is home to grizzly bears, killer whales, bobolinks, blue-tailed skinks and western toads.
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November 4, 2015 In the fall of 2010, we held a news conference to raise awareness about devastated woodland caribou habitat in northwest Manitoba. Stark images of burnt forests and logging clearcuts lined the walls of the room. I had just returned from a week in the north, patrolling back roads and hiking through the forests, looking at the range of the NAOSAP and Reed Lake caribou herds. We needed to get the word out that caribou were in real trouble up there.