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Tag Archives: alberta grasslands
2011-10-19 Alberta Wilderness Association News Release Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is delighted to congratulate Premier Alison Redford on honouring her campaign commitment to scrap the notorious “Potatogate” public land sale. A short Government of Alberta news release, October 19, 2011, … Continue reading
After a two day summit in Calgary, Canadian and American scientists called for immediate government action to save the sage grouse. Only 13 males remain in Alberta, and 35 in Saskatchewan. “Without immediate and effective action, we will surely lose … Continue reading
It is becoming increasingly obvious that the Alberta Government has absolutely no respect for the people they are supposed to be representing. Last year, this same government attempted a secretive deal to sell off native grasslands to a private firm … Continue reading
Oct 21, 2010 News Release from the Alberta Wilderness Association In a shocking insult to all Albertans, the provincial government is set to sell off a huge swathe of public land – our land – to a private company, to … Continue reading