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How Did They Get Here?

I wrote this piece back in 2005 that describes how our native fish arrived in Alberta. I’m posting it here because I believe it’s important information to understand when we talk about species-at-risk and why protecting habit and wild places … Continue reading

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Wabamun Lake Fisheries Update

[Note: The following was first published in the October 2012 Alberta Outdoorsmen. A more recent update was published in the June 2017 Alberta Outdoorsmen and is posted here. Wabamun Lake is located some 60 km west of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.] … Continue reading

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BLACKOUTSPEAKOUT.CA

blackoutspeakout.ca Today, June 4, 2012, concerned individuals and organizations are showing their solidarity against the actions the Canadian government is taking to downgrade protections for our environment through Bill C-38 now proceeding through parliament. Bill C-38 is a cynical omnibus … Continue reading

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Wabamun Lake Fisheries

[Note: The following was first published in the March 2008 Alberta Outdoorsmen. For a more recent update (2012 November), go to Wabamun Lake Fisheries Update.] Copyright © 2008 Don H. Meredith, All Rights Reserved. It is one of the most popular lakes in … Continue reading

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