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Apr 22nd, 2011
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… prospects for the Northern Spotted Owl seem bleak indeed By JEFFREY ST. CLAIR Counterpunch April 2 2011 Back in the good old days, a corporation with an unappetizing relationship to the natural world would often try to burnish their image by luring an executive or top staffer from an environm...
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Apr 21st, 2011
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Youngsters taking green ideas to national fair By Cheryl Browne – Special to the Examiner April 21 2011 Barrie’s growing a veritable petri dish of green, young scientists. To celebrate this year’s Earth Day, when one billion people are expected to remember to appreciate all things environ...
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Apr 21st, 2011
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National Geographic sends us this rem    With spring beginning to bloom, there is no better time to celebrate the wonders of the world.  Earth Day reminds us of the fragile balance between people and nature, and how each of us must do our part to protect the earth’s natural resources and ensure that ...
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Apr 21st, 2011
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By Amanda Persico yorkregion.com Apr 20, 2011  The province is willing to gamble millions of your dollars on a new plan to provide sewage services to northern York Region. The region told East Gwillimbury council this week about a new turn in the sewage system project that involves discharging into L...
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Apr 19th, 2011
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From Simcoe County Citizens Engaging Democracy (Facebook) April 19 2011Simcoe County Citizens Engaging Democracy attended the debate Monday April 18th at Grace United Church. We believe that debates are an important part of engaging in the democratic process. No other part of the election procedure a...
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Apr 18th, 2011
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Highland Companies head office address is a mailbox in Hamilton  Letter to AWARE Simcoe April 18 2011 Ladies and Gentlemen,You will be aware of the massive open pit mine application in Melanchton Township, the biggest one ever filed in Ontario, likely the second biggest in North America.Not only does...
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Apr 16th, 2011
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Federal election issues include right to water and sanitation and CETA (the Canadian European Union TRade Agreement.  BY BRENT PATTERSON Council of Canadians APRIL 16, 2011 Full story on Rabble.ca...
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Apr 16th, 2011
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Pour Evian on your radishes by Albert Bates Energy Bulletin April 14 2011 GE’s Japanese Nuclear Disaster is like the BP Gulf Oil Spill of 2010, a slow-moving monster, chewing up rich, diverse, biological ecosystems and leaving a toxic cancer on the landscape that will fester for decades, if not...
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Apr 12th, 2011
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Darlington panel told Darlington panel Fisheries Act may  be rewritten, nuclear industry exempted Krystyn Tully, Waterkeeper.ca Weekly April 11 2011 Some of Canada’s oldest laws are designed to protect fish and fish habitat, cornerstones of our nation’s culture, economy, and environment. Two of the m...
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Apr 10th, 2011
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Stop the Megaquarry Openpit Minenews release from Danny Beaton April 10 2011Starting; Earth Day, April 22, 12 pm Queen's Park at noon - Finishing; Dufferin County, Melancthon Township, April 26 -Five Day Walk with Native drumming and singing beginning at Queen’s Park, ending Melancthon Township, Onta...