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CAROLYNNE WHEELER - Globe and Mail
EIN GEDI, ISRAEL — The sign on Route 90 still points to a campground, but what remains is more like a battleground: uprooted, leafless trees; deep, cratered earth; and a single lopsided building, half-buried in sticky soil.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. (CP) - Lakes and ponds across Canada will become junkyards for mining companies now that Ottawa has allowed Aur Resources Inc. (TSX:AUR) to dump waste into two Newfoundland water outlets, environmental critics said Friday.
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The troubled Kashechewan First Nation reserve should be closed and moved to Timmins, 450 kilometres to the south, a new report says.
The plan was presented on Thursday morning by Alan Pope, who outlined 50 recommendations to help solve the ongoing crisis confronting the remote Cree community on James Bay.