Alberta Centennial Wilds
Interprovincial Boundary Survey 1913-1916 Provincial Archives of Alberta, A.10723
… experiencing some of the same wilderness the first peoples and Euro-Canadian explorers did.
… walking in their footsteps, paddling in their strokes.
… visualizing their accounts along with what you experience today.
…the wild lands and rivers they knew, which still exist in Alberta today.
Be a part …
… of the vision to keep this natural and cultural history alive through the appreciation and preservation of Alberta’s wild lands and rivers.... Read more »
Submission to the Senate Committee on Energy
Re: Bill C-38
John Bennett, Executive Director
Sierra Club Canada
Thursday, May 31 201
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We are just a week away from #BlackOutSpeakOut day (June 4th). I can tell you the campaign momentum is building! The list of participating organizations is over 100 and growing! Maude Barlow just told me The Council of Canadians is also joining the protest. All across the country Canadians are recognizing that silence is not an option in face of the war on nature and democracy.
This week here in Ottawa we have two events:
Event #1:... Read more »
It has been a busy few weeks here in Ottawa and across the country. People everywhere are talking about devastating changes to environmental law and regulation (Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and Fisheries Act) undemocratically crammed into the federal budget.... Read more »
Controversial Alberta parks legislation put on hold until this spring has now been quietly postponed again, indefinitely.
Environmentalists and legal experts have criticized Bill 29, the Alberta Parks Act, for taking away formal legal protections for Alberta parks. They also said it concentrated too much power in the office of the minister.
When the bill was on the verge of being passed in November, Tourism, Parks and Recreation Minister Cindy Ady suspended debate, saying she would review the concerns and introduce the legislation again this spring, with amendments.
"I have continued to listen to the views of Albertans," Ady wrote in an update posted to her department's website on Friday.
"While I had planned to bring park legislation back this spring, I will spend the time needed to address the main concerns raised by Albertans before moving forward with new legislation."... Read more »