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Emergency alerts remain: Floodwater on northern Alberta Métis settlement receding – CBC

May 12, 2022 ‘The members are very tired, very stressed, very anxious’ The chief administrative officer of a Métis settlement in northwestern Alberta says its members are feeling scared as floodwater that was up to the knees a few days ago recedes, exposing the damage left behind. “Some of these homes don’t have running water […]

by ahnationtalk on May 12, 202213 Views

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Hundreds flee homes in northern Alberta due to flooding – CBC

May 09, 2022 ‘This is the worst flooding we ever had,’ Dene Tha’ First Nations chief says Residents in the northern Alberta community of Chateh, west of High Level, could be out of their homes for several months after flooding forced them to flee on Sunday and Monday. Some 1,100 people left the community on the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202222 Views

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Government of Canada sends 40 Wood Bison to the State of Alaska

From: Parks Canada Wood bison from Elk Island National Park continue to contribute to the global conservation of the iconic species April 21, 2022                      Elk Island National Park, AB           Parks Canada Agency As a recognized leader in conservation, Parks Canada has […]

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 202222 Views

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Indian Resource Council calls for continuation of funding for wildly successful First Nations’ Site Rehabilitation Program to address methane gas emissions and land disturbance on First Nations’ Lands.

CALGARY, AB, April 21, 2022 The Indian Resource Council of Canada (‘IRC”), an organization representing over 130 First Nations who produce or have direct interest in the energy industry, calls for full support from Canada for continued funding of the Government of Alberta’s Site Rehabilitation (period 6) Program, otherwise known as the First Nations’ Site […]

by ahnationtalk on April 21, 202233 Views

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Ărramăt Project highlights interconnections between Indigenous well-being and biodiversity – The Gateway

The project brings together over 150 Indigenous global organizations and governments with researchers at Canadian and international post-secondary institutions, including academics from the University of Alberta. The Ărramăt Project is working to build the capacity of Indigenous organizations to document, share, and use their knowledge about the interconnections between biodiversity conservation and health and well-being. The […]

by ahnationtalk on April 12, 202231 Views

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Stoney Nakoda combines western science with cultural teachings in bison monitoring – APTN News

Apr 10, 2022 Members of the Stoney Nakoda Nations west of Calgary, Alta. say they want to see more cultural monitoring of wildlife within national parks. Nation members have been monitoring a herd of Bison in Banff National Park since being re-introduced into the Canadian Rockies in 2017. What started as a herd of 16 […]

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 202226 Views

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AB Government: Taking action on caribou recovery

In addition to addressing caribou recovery, these sub-regional plans consider a broad range of land uses that support environmental and conservation outcomes, Indigenous traditional use, recreation and economic development. “Sub-regional plans make good on our commitment to take action on caribou recovery while maintaining local industry and jobs and building strong communities. It’s critical that […]

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 202222 Views

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A made-in-Alberta solution to battle wild boar

Apr 05, 2022 Alberta’s government has developed the Wild Boar Control Program to eliminate the destructive pest’s threat to crops, livestock and the environment. The new coordinated approach includes an expanded trapping and control program, compensation for farmers and two separate bounty programs – one for landowners and trappers, and another for hunters. “Wild boar […]

by pmnationtalk on April 5, 202233 Views

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The AER Data Hub

The AER Data Hub Today, the AER launched the Data Hub, a central access point to key metrics about Alberta’s upstream oil and gas industry and the AER’s work to oversee resource development. Anyone can access the Data Hub for up-to-date information when they need it. The Data Hub currently includes 16 metrics in three […]

by ahnationtalk on March 25, 202243 Views

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NCC writes to Trudeau expressing concerns over the proposed emissions cap

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by ahnationtalk on March 23, 202237 Views

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