Monday, September 21, 2015
Even though water has been at the heart of logging conflicts in BC for many years, it is very rare that logging companies are actually made to pay financially when they harm watercourses. That’s why a rare out-of-court settlement announced this past week between logging giant, Tolko Industries, and . . . → Read More: Environmental Law Alert Blog: Water win against logging giant leaves many unanswered questions
October 26, 2013: Diane Orihel, founder and director of the Coalition to Save ELA, speaks to a workshop in Winnipeg on water quality sponsored by Idle No More Manitoba. Photo: Paul S. Graham
Diane Orihel is a PhD candidate at the University of Alberta and the founder and Director of the Coalition to . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Video: The five main threats to Lake Winnipeg
Something to think about from the folks at Operation Maple:
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Before they took office in 2003 – an election year - the province’s Conservatives pounded the incumbent Liberals for the poor quality of drinking water across the province.
Danny Williams thought the whole thing was such a big problem that he promised to make drinking water a key part of the Conservative agenda after the . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Water, water, everywhere…#nlpoli