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Retired biologist says southern Manitoba moose in decline, wants hunting ban – CTV News

December 4, 2018 A retired Manitoba wildlife biologist is calling for a ban on moose hunting in the southern half of the province. Vince Crichton says the species has declined over the past four decades to the point where an average of 130 moose remain in each of the nine areas where game hunting is […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201813 Views

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First Nation chiefs blast province, say consultation on Manitoba flood channels was inadequate – CBC

Pallister argues ‘complex federal environmental regulatory process’ shouldn’t hold up project Nov 27, 2018 First Nations chiefs living near two flood-prone lakes in Manitoba are criticizing the Pallister government for what they say was inadequate consultation on the planned construction of two “critically important” outlet channels. Treaty 2 acting Chief Cornell McLean says the $540-million […]

by ahnationtalk on November 28, 201818 Views

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Province Calls on Federal Government to Ensure Timely Completion of Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels

November 27, 2018 The Manitoba government is calling on the federal government to do its part to ensure the timely completion of the Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “We will not allow the delays of the past to be repeated,” said Pallister.  “The costs and consequences of […]

by pmnationtalk on November 27, 201819 Views

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Manitobans look for two missing snowmobilers who may have fallen through ice – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 21, 2018  PINE FALLS, Man. _ Two people on a snowmobile are believed to have fallen through the ice of a river north of Winnipeg. A search began after two people were reported missing late Tuesday night. RCMP and first responders from Sagkeeng First Nation and Pine Falls found snowmobile tracks on […]

by ahnationtalk on November 22, 201813 Views

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Ashton Calls For Action From Feds On Impacts Of Climate Change In The North – CHTM

Niki Ashton has called on the Federal Government to recognize the need for “urgent action” to deal with the impact of climate change on access into remote Indigenous communities. Ashton said that as Ottawa is currently dealing with the Pallister Government’s refusal to impose a carbon tax, they need to recognize that climate change is […]

by ahnationtalk on October 29, 201828 Views

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Opinion: Balancing indigenous rights with safety and conservation – Outdoor Canada

October 25, 2018 Indigenous people in Canada have the right to hunt at night, provided they do so safely and hunt only on reserves, unoccupied Crown land or private land with permission, as specified in the Constitution Act of 1982. But now Manitoba’s provincial government has tabled legislation that will place conditions on hunting with […]

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 201826 Views

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U of Winnipeg: World Premiere Of “Beyond Climate”

David Suzuki helps launch new film directed by UWinnipeg professor Dr. Ian Mauro’s latest climate change film, Beyond Climate, will have its world premiere at Planet In Focus International Film Festival in Toronto (Friday, October 26) and its Winnipeg premiere at the Gimme Some Truth Documentary Festival (Friday, November 2). The film takes viewers beyond […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201826 Views

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Federal carbon tax unfair, will hurt people in the wallet: Manitoba premier – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 23, 2018  By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ Premier Brian Pallister says he doesn’t believe the federal government when it says a nationally imposed carbon tax will be revenue neutral for Manitoba residents. Pallister says a federal plan to send rebate cheques to people in his province is unfair and […]

by ahnationtalk on October 24, 201817 Views

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Manitoba Renews Recycling Plan for Used Oil and Antifreeze

October 15, 2018 Proper Oil Recycling Key to Protecting Waterways: Squires The Manitoba government kicked off Waste Reduction Week by confirming the approval of the stewardship program plan for the continued collection and recycling of used oil and oil containers, filters and antifreeze, Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires announced today. “When it comes to oil […]

by pmnationtalk on October 16, 201821 Views

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Protecting nature the best way to keep planet cool: report – Digital Journal

The best — and fairest — way to cap global warming is to empower indigenous forest peoples, reduce food waste and slash meat consumption, an alliance of 38 NGOs said Monday. Restoring natural forest ecosystems, securing the land rights of local communities and revamping the global food system could cut greenhouse emissions 40 percent by […]

by ahnationtalk on October 15, 201826 Views

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