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Date Title Organization(s)
May 19, 2021 Ecojustice in court to fight Coalspur Mines’ attempt to expand Vista thermal coal mine without federal impact assessment Ecojustice, Keepers of the Water, Keepers of the Athabasca, West Athabasca Watershed Bioregional Society
May 11, 2021 Helping Jasper’s Caribou to Survive Needs More than Conservation Breeding Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS Northern Alberta, David Suzuki Foundation, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
May 7, 2021 Financially-Troubled Atrum Coal to Present to High River Town Council Alberta Wilderness Association
May 7, 2021 Jasper National Park moves toward caribou breeding program, but still needs to address existing backcountry threats CPAWS Northern Alberta
April 27, 2021 $90 Vehicle Fee for Kananaskis – A Multi-million Dollar Cash Grab That Will Deter Visitors Alberta Wilderness Association
April 27, 2021 Proposed Kananaskis fee must result in increased environmental protections and services that benefit Albertans and nature.  CPAWS Southern Alberta
April 24, 2021 Government halts some coal exploration during ongoing consultation: positive momentum that needs to keep going  CPAWS Northern Alberta, CPAWS Southern Alberta
April 23, 2021 The Coal Consultation Update: Some Good News… But the Cart is Still Before the Horse Alberta Wilderness Association
April 22, 2021 Civil Society Reacts to Canada’s Newly Announced Federal Climate Target Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment
April 16, 2021 Coal Consultation Terms of Reference: A Staggering Betrayal of the Public’s Trust Alberta Wilderness Association

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