New caribou report assessing impacts of transmission line routes
Toronto, December 18, 2013 -- In the face of growing demands for hydro power to service mining and to enable future connections north of Pickle Lake in Northwestern Ontario, a new independent study finds that of six proposed transmission routes to supply energy from Ignace/Dryden to Pickle Lake, only one would pose the least risk to Caribou.
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NEW Caribou Report
Santa’s reindeers’ cousins fared worse in ON
Toronto - December 17, 2013 - In the first annual assessment of how well provinces and
territories are enacting the requirements for conservation plans, Canadian
Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) and David Suzuki Foundation (DSF) find the
majority are lagging behind badly.
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What are the state of Canada's Parks? Far worse that you would hope, according to a new CPAWS report released today.
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|Paddle the Rouge
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the Rouge, July 26!
|Rouge NUP Announcement
CPAWS’ response on the tabling of Bill C-40 in the House of Commons,
formally establishing Rouge National Urban Park in the Greater Toronto Area.
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|MNR report: Algonquin Cottages
A new report released
by ON MNR states Alqonquin Park cottages put the ecosystem at risk.
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|New diamond mine mercury concern
Read our latest comments on the DeBeers permit to take water
Hear concerns about mining in
Read our comments on DeBeers project, Tango.
is methyl mercury is a concern? Read more here.
|We support Bill 83
Wildlands League supports
Bill 83, Protection of Public Participation Act, 2013.
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|Getting it Right in the Ring
Read "Getting it Right in the Ring of Fire", a blog post written by WL's Anna Baggio, featured on the Huffington Post, September 30, 2013.
|Meet Mother Nature
Mother Nature is concerned about Ontario's threatened and endangered species! Learn how you can help those that can't speak for themselves by visiting MotherNatureCares.ca.
|Cliffs EA raises alarm bells
Wildlands is alarmed by the latest Cliffs ToR for its EA for the Ring of Fire.
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Wildlands seeks mediation.
READ the Globe and Mail article: "Environmental approvals for Ring of Fire mine running into difficulty".
|ESA Editiorial in The Star
Janet Sumner was quoted in the Monday, June 24, 2013 Toronto Star editorial titled "Canadian governments must stop letting birds down". Read the editorial here.
|Another hydro line..
Wildlands recently commented on Wataynikaneyap Power's Terms of Reference. This line will destroy caribou habitat.
Click here to read our comments.
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|Albany River Threats Map v 2.0
Check out our map of cumulative disturbance in the Albany River Watershed and see all the proposed developments including the Ring of Fire mining road that will affect the Albany River.
|NEW: Ring of Fire Doc
Wildlands League's fall edition of Wild Notes is now available, featuring the Ring of Fire.
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In this special 12-page publication, we cover all the facts you need to know to bring you up to speed on the Ring of Fire.
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|Cumulative Disturbances Map
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NEW: More information on the Cumulative Disturbances map can be found here.
|CARIBOU - Holding The Line
DOWNLOAD "Holding the Line" - NOW in two sections for easier downloading.
Section 1 (1-45) Section 2 (46-58)
|Report on Caribou Range
Read Wildlands League's report: A snapshot of caribou range condition in Ontario, July 2009.