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The Manitoba government is in the final stages of authorizing a new copper mine in Grass River Provincial Park.
The Wilderness Committee collects hundreds of letters from Manitobans objecting to a peat strip mine in Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park.
The Frontier Centre for Public Policy recently released a policy study that questions the validity of Canada’s organic certification system.
Registration is now open for the MCDA’s 37th annual conservation conference December 3-4 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.
The Wilderness Committee has released a new report designed to educate Manitobans about the impact mining is having on Manitoba’s parks.
Winnipeg – Late last week, the Wilderness Committee filed notice that they will appeal a recent Queen’s Bench legal decision, which stated a logging road in a provincial park is not prohibited under Manitoba’s park logging ban. “We believe the learned Judge erred in his judgement,” said Eric Reder, Manitoba Campaigner for the Wilderness Committee. “We [...]