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Save Our Species campaign page (Oct. 2012)
Photo credits (L-R): Ursus Photography, Bill Byrne, John E. Marriott.
The federal government’s refusal to follow its own law.
On top of all this, the federal government is now talking about changing the Species at Risk Act instead of living up to its responsibility to fully implement it.
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Sep 26, 2012 10:25 AM
We're challenging the federal government to start living up to its own law and protect Canada's species at risk. Read more.
Mar 25, 2012 10:30 AM
B.C.'s killer whales and all of Canada's endangered marine species now have protected places to eat, sleep and play in peace, thanks to a landmark decision we won in Federal Court this year. Read more.
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Aug 25, 2010 04:05 PM
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Aug 25, 2010 03:55 PM
A small minnow on the brink of extinction has secured a monumental victory for Canada’s endangered species thanks to a successful Ecojustice lawsuit. Read more.