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CPAWS Alberta chapters welcome newly elected government

12 May 2015

The southern and northern Alberta chapters of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) congratulate premier-elect Rachel Notley on her party’s recent election victory in Alberta. The chapters look forward to the opportunity to work with the new government on conservation and environmental protection in the province.

We support the commitments to expand Alberta’s network of parks and protected areas, protect habitat for species like caribou and grizzlies and establish the Castle Special Place as a protected Wildland Park.

A new government brings with it an opportunity to revisit decisions that do not necessarily reflect the priorities of the people of Alberta. We look forward to working with the government on finding solutions for Albertans to enjoy a healthy environment and healthy communities.

For More Information:

  • Alison Ronson, Executive Director, CPAWS Northern Alberta
    780-424-5128, aronson [at] cpaws [dot] org
  • Katie Morrison, Conservation Director, CPAWS Southern Alberta
    403-232-6686, kmorrison [at] cpaws [dot] org

Posted May 13, 2015 by AEN

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