Monthly Archives: October 2010

THE NORTH DESERVES BETTER, Part 2

Last time I looked at how the North Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee (NSEQC) is too close to industry to have any significant influence on protecting the North.  Here I look at how the Athabasca Working Group (AWG) environmental monitoring program … Continue reading

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THE NORTH DESERVES BETTER

The First in a Two-Part Series on How Environmental Protection is Being Compromised in the North The North Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee, or NSEQC, was started in 1995 to help bridge (the) information gap between northerners, government and the uranium … Continue reading

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WATERSHED GATHERING ATTRACTS FIVE HUNDRED

I have just returned from the Watershed Gathering at Wollaston Lake August 19th to 23rd. Five hundred people attended this event which was only accessible by plane or boat. Some Dene travelled four days by canoe to attend. Protecting water … Continue reading

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