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1   Canadian entrepreneur turns trash into cash...
2   Ontario Anti-Fracking Bill Passes Second Reading ...
3   Canadas rich, but troubled biodiversity: COSEWIC assesses another round of species at risk...
4   Statement by Environmental Defence’s Nancy Goucher on the City of Toronto’s vote to support a ban on microbeads...
5   Victory for wild salmon as Federal Court strikes down aquaculture licence conditions..
6   Two Progressive Weeks in Canada\'s Tarsands Province...
7   Caring about the climate is not a crime in Canada. Yet...
8   Support for Ontario Capping Greenhouse Gas Pollution...
9   Two species added to the NWT list of Species at Risk...
10   Nine Species Protected Under the NFLs Endangered Species Act...
11   Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week Aims to Protect Saskatchewan Waters...
12   Ontario ready and able to reduce carbon pollution and take a lead in the clean economy- primer...
13   A park in name only - New legislation to establish Canada\'s first urban national park misses the mark...
14   Ontario’s biologists called clear-cut logging plan ‘big step backwards’...
15   Environmental groups launch appeal of Darlington nuclear rebuild project...
16   Federal government passes Rouge National Urban Park Act...
17   Lakehead to launch Canada’s first Master Naturalist program...
18   Harper Government announces new projects to improve South-eastern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe watersheds...
19   Government of Canada announces 2020 biodiversity goals and targets...
20   Ontario Loves Bees! ...
21   Ontario Strengthening Protections for Marine Mammals...
22   Moose Project Invites Ontarians to Provide Input on Conservation Efforts...
23   B.C. protects more old-growth forests on Sunshine Coast...
24   Ice fishers encouraged to respect the environment...
25   Manitoba Government Announces Boreal Summit...
26   Husky Oil\'s frac sand proposal sent to environmental assessment...
27   Climate change, aboriginal treaty rights and urban sprawl are predicted to be the top 2015 Canadian environmental news stories...
28   DUE BY TOMORROW Please urge Ontario to stand strong on bee-killing pesticides...
29   Greening the aggregate industry...
30   Returning wild plains bison to Banff National Park...
31   Environmental groups in court to challenge regulation that guts Ontario’s Endangered Species Act...
32   Prominent Canadians urge Gros Morne National Park protection...
33   Partnership formed to acquire Grace Islet, BC...
34   David Suzuki: Oil prices drop as global warming rises...
35   Plains Midstream to face independent audit over oil spills...
36   Wolf cull will see animals shot from helicopter to save B.C. caribou...
37   Recognizing Ontario Outstanding Achievements in Environmental Protection...
38   Manitoba apologizes to First Nation for environmental damage...
39   How Ontario can cut emissions now...
40   Greenhouse gas solutions available to steer Canada toward 2020 emissions target...
41   Ontario’s biologists called clear-cut logging plan ‘big step backwards’...
42   ON says ‘no’ to environmental assessment of clearcut mercury impacts in Grassy Narrows...
43   Climate change, aboriginal treaty rights and urban sprawl are predicted to be the top Canadian environmental news stories in 2015...
44   Site C dam will put communities, wildlife, and world heritage site at risk...
45   The fight continues for the Peel Watershed...
46   Whats on the environmental agenda for 2015?
47   Bloom Lake General Partner Limited ordered to pay $7.5 million for environmental infractions...
48   Harper Government Highlights Accomplishments Under the National Conservation Plan...
49   A new universal icon for sustainability now available ...
50   Poll shows strong support for government action on pesticides...
51   Results of 2014 NWT Species Assessments...
52   Two species to be added to NWT Species At Risk List...
53   Ontario Reports on State of Caribou...
54   SK Multi-Material Recycling Program to Launch...
55   Manitoba Government Aims to Cut Waste in Half by 2020...
56   20 Wilderness Areas, Nature Reserves Legally Protected...
57   Greenhouse gas solutions available to steer Canada toward 2020 emissions target...
58   Quebec environmental agency says shale gas exploration not worth the risk...
59   Proposed highway to pave parts of Greenbelt proving controversial....
60   Oil price slide: Alberta should look at carbon tax, economist says...
61   New study finds Ontario’s Greenbelt under threat...
62   Statement from Environmental Defence’s Keith Brooks on Ontario’s proposal to reduce coal use in energy intensive industries...
63   Statement by environmental groups urges MPs to reject Rouge National Park legislation...
64   Good Intentions Don\'t Justify Bad Environmental Laws...
65   CELA Applauds Government\'s Anti-SLAPP Bill...
66   An environmentally safe, sustainable Canadian laundry product...
67   Ontario pro-bee pesticide plan hailed and denounced...
68   Harper Government introduces regulations to prevent mercury releases to the environment...
69   Harper Government taking early action to stop increase in emissions from world\'s most potent and fastest-growing greenhouse gases...
70   Rex Murphy: Has the environmental movement ever seen a collapse it didn’t want to be on the brink of?...
71   B.C. protects old-growth forests in Sea to Sky region...
72   B.C. to share climate successes at UN conference...
73   ON : Reducing Pesticide Use and Protecting Pollinator Health...
74   Ban Ki-moon chides Canada on environment...
75   Canada sticks to its line on the oil sands at UN climate summit...
76   Manitoba\'s Largest Ever Land Donation To Protect Iconic Lake Manitoba Wetland...
77   Alberta and Quebec talk energy, environment and climate change...
78   Death of killer whale J-32 troubling, say scientists...
79   New provincial park a special gift to all Albertans...
80   A carbon tax would do nothing to help the environment...
81   Leona Aglukkaq to discuss species at risk with provinces in 2015...
82   2014 Environmental Commissioner Report: Good plans, now let\'s get moving to protect Ontario\'s Land and Water...
83   Federal government cancels key industry and environmental group meeting intended to save species at risk...
84   B.C. municipalities support South Okanagan Similkameen national park establishment...
85   Neonic pesticide ban is vital for bee health, and our own...
86   Harper Government to Take Action to prevent fast-growing hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions...
87   Government of Canada\'s response to the Fall 2014 Report of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development...
88   Global poll reveals huge majority support the creation of an Arctic sanctuary – Canada ranks higher than average...
89   Nature Conservancy of Canada sets eyes on Thomas Island...
90   Stratford town plan focuses on sustainability...
91   ON Commit to end logging in Algonquin Park?...
92   ON Commissioner questions Growth Plan’s effectiveness...
93   Public review to be launched into proposed changes to YK recycling regime...
94   Climate change threatens birds, pushes them north...
95   David Suzuki takes environmental rights fight to Summerside...
96   Mt. Polley Mine incident...
97   Partnership inspires youth to get environmental in BC...
98   Strong Demand for Ontario\'s First Green Bond...
99   Ontario seeks more studies on offshore wind turbines...
100   Quebec’s recycling industry performing poorly, experts say - Montreal ...
101   Ducks Unlimited ad ruffling feathers among Saskatchewan farmers...
102   Canada Is Ignoring Its Own Environmental Laws...
103   Conservation groups file legal challenge over Jasper National Park development proposal...
104   Sierra Club Celebrates Victory Against Fracking in Nova Scotia...
105   Making Natural Connections across Ontario’s Greenbelt...
106   Ontario may deny land transfer for Rouge National Urban Park...
107   Harper Government invests in wetland conservation...
108   98% in GTA Concerned about Neonic Pesticides and Bees...
109   Canada and China Announce Low-Carbon Eco-District Demonstration Project...
110   Grassy Narrows: Why is Japan still studying the mercury poisoning when Canada isn\'t? ...
111   Northern Pulp mill emissions tests met with skepticism...
112   Pesticide use data sought by PEI\'s Earth Action...
113   NL George River caribou population continues alarming decline...
114   Nunavut Climate Change Community Consultations...
115   Smart meter recall cost balloons to $47 M, SaskPower says...
116   Biological inventory first step for new PEI park...
117   New Brunswick\'s bee population suffers serious blow...
118   Inuit Circumpolar Council highlights environmental concerns...
119   Alberta\'s leopard frogs counted by Calgary Zoo researchers...
120   Mt. Polley Mine incident BC...
121   Green building initiatives included in new PEI bylaw...
122   Ontario Creates Five New Provincial Parks...
123   NAFTA environmental body wants to probe enforcement of Canadian oilsands laws...
124   Canadian beekeepers sue Bayer and Syngenta over neonicotinoid pesticides...
125   Minister Helps Celebrate NLs Provincial Park System’s Impressive Milestone...
126   Enhancements to New Brunswick animal protection regulations...
127   NS Carbon Capture, Storage Will Need Environmental Approvals...
128   Mandatory mattress recycling mulled by Nova Scotia...
129   Polar bears: Threatened species or political pawn? ...
130   N.S. fracking moratorium should continue, panel recommends....
131   Gannet population in grave shape off Newfoundland, scientists warn...
132   Alberta\'s leopard frogs counted by Calgary Zoo researchers...
133   Your soap may be toxic when flushed down the drain...
134   Canada’s parks faring worse than last year: CPAWS...
135   Apply for a B.C. gaming grant to support the environment...
136   B.C.\'s plan for protecting vulnerable species...
137   LED lights to brighten B.C. streets...
138   Protecting B.C.\'s parks...
139   Home Depot raises warning flag on a pesticide to bee deaths...
140   Gov ON Taking Steps to Fight Climate Change, Protect Health...