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World’s last remaining forest wilderness at risk

Sep 5, 2014 – IPS UXBRIDGE, ON – The world’s last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost – and…+

As Keystone awaits fate, other tar sands projects move forward

Sep 4, 2014 – Aljazeera The US federal government has quietly approved major tar sands transportation projects with unstudied environmental…+

Indigenous Peoples at forefront of People’s Climate March in New York City

Sep 4, 2014 – Indian Country The weekend before the U.N. Climate Summit, the rank-and-file are descending upon New York…+

The case for a moratorium on Tar Sands development

Sep 4, 2014 – Yale 360 In a widely publicized commentary in Nature this summer, aquatic ecologist Wendy Palen and…+

Flood watch issued for southwest Assiniboine River amid heavy rain

Sep 3, 2014 – CBC News WINNIPEG – A rainfall flood watch has been issued for the southwest Assiniboine River,…+

Keystone ads mislead on Canada’s deep cuts to environmental monitoring

Sep 2, 2014 – Inside Climate News Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government has set aside $22.7 million for an advertising blitz this year…+

Students to vote on U-Pass in 2014 fall referendum

Sep 2, 2014 – Manitoban WINNIPEG – Members of UMSU and University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) will vote this…+

Shorter blasts of rain to blame for flooding

Sep 2, 2014 – Winnipeg Free Press Winnipeg’s Aug. 21 rainstorm was about a 10-year event according to analysis produced…+

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