This comes after former mayor and chairman of the council David Crombie’s resignation.
Officials say the changes to the Conservation Authority Act are "irresponsible and dangerous."
He explained that it's a safety issue.
It would finally ban the breeding, display and trade of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
His government's review of the Endangered Species Act frames protecting at-risk species as a "barrier to economic development."
In Canada and around the world, most wetlands are in trouble.
Once the ornaments and tinsel are off our tree, that tree stays on our property, forever.
A partnership between First Nations and Crown governments has secured the future of Edéhzhíe.
The province continues to leave over 500,000 hectares of the watershed "open" and vulnerable to the harmful impacts of forestry and mining.
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