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Date Title Organization(s)
March 11, 2022 Government of Alberta’s new plan provides temporary relief from the risk of coal CPAWS Northern Alberta, CPAWS Southern Alberta
October 15, 2021 Jasper National Park Takes Next Step to Help Caribou Survive Winters  Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS Northern Alberta, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society, David Suzuki Foundation, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
October 13, 2021 Concerns with an $815-million Irrigation Expansion Project in Southern AB Alberta Wilderness Association
October 6, 2021 2000 Hectares of Coal Leases Transferred: Government Backtracks on Promise to Pause New Coal Activity CPAWS Southern Alberta
October 4, 2021 Cervid Harvesting Preserves: Very Distasteful Jam Alberta Wilderness Association
September 25, 2021 New CPAWS report reveals proposed logging will have direct impacts on caribou and trout habitat in old-growth forest near Willmore Wilderness Park CPAWS Northern Alberta
September 21, 2021 Government Map Confirms Plans to Log Old-Growth Forests Near Grande Cache, Increasing Risks to Threatened Caribou Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS Northern Alberta
July 21, 2021 Forest Management in Alberta: Sustainable or Suspect? Alberta Wilderness Association
July 8, 2021 Castle Parks Need Protection from Motorized Off-Highway Vehicles Alberta Wilderness Association, Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition
June 28, 2021 Indigenous, landowners, environmental groups on both sides of the provincial border pleased to see Minister Wilkinson designate Tent Mountain for a federal impact assessment. CPAWS Southern Alberta, Ecojustice, Livingstone Landowners Group, Niitsítapi Water Protectors, Wildsight

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