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Victoria Fenner | Nina Newington and fellow protesters are heading to court for protesting clear-cutting in sensitive moose habitat in southwest Nova Scotia.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Teal Jones holds the tree farm licence for thousands of acres of Vancouver Island. Yet they just decided to log one of the last remaining pockets of ancient forest.
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Redeye Collective | Juniper Ridge near Port Alberni used to be protected as winter range for deer. But now Island Timberlands is building a road into the area and plans to cut the trees there.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | I'm trying to figure out what we've got after the big forest conflagration as pulp mills go down at enormous public cost, ending with the province buying the Bowater lands in western Nova Scotia.
Blog
Point Pleasant Park in Halifax. Photo: J.Elliott/Flickr
Christopher Majka | The entire staff of the Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle monitoring and containment program in Nova Scotia have been laid off. Is this a threat to Nova Scotia forests or a smart cost-saving measure?
Blog
Logging on Texada Island, B.C. Photo: d∂wn/Flickr
Ben Parfitt | For more than a quarter century, logging companies at the government's blessing have been on a tear through British Columbia's expansive interior forests.
Blog
Emma Lui | A5X, a growing group of citizens, are urging people to contact Jean Charest and other politicians to save the Wakefield Spring and old-growth trees in Gatineau Park.
News
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Denise Deby | Habitats are not protected by the Endangered Species Act, and despite being home to 20 rare and endangered species, this beautiful eco-system not far from Parliament looks set for clear-cutting.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | A 60-megawatt forest-burning power plant at the NewPage pulp mill at Port Hawkesbury, recently given the go-ahead by Premier Darrell Dexter, has raised the ire of environmentalists.
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LIMITS (Land Is More Important Than Sprawl) | Guelph's Old Growth forest is under threat of being surrounded by a 675-acre corporate industrial development. Community efforts to protect this land continue, and time is running out.