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THE ROLE OF THE ELECTRIC CAR- START THE REVOLUTION NOW! by Lynn Oliphant

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It is time to make electric cars a regular occurrence on the streets of Saskatchewan. Lynn Oliphant drives a Chevy Volt and wants to get more of these amazing electric vehicles on our roadways. Read further to find out how you can participate in the electric car revolution in Saskatoon and beyond.

Harper government targets environmental groups? Global News …

Monday February 17, 2014 -- Fundraising expert Harvey McKinnon says the federal government is using the Canada Revenue Agency to try to shutdown and intimidate environmental groups. Is Ottawa really unfairly targeting public interest groups? Find out on Unfiltered with Jill Krop. See full article for more information.

FRACKING AND TAR SANDS: TWIN THREATS TO SASKATCHEWAN WATER Part 1

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A workshop on “Saskatchewan Oil Impacts” was held in Regina January 24-25, 2014. It was organized by oil industry researchers Emily Eaton, geography professor from Regina and political science professor Angela Carter from Waterloo. It was attended by over 50 people from nearly twenty organizations across the province. Those attending ranged from indigenous and naturalist to surface rights and ecumenical groups.

Clayton Ruby on ForestEthics Advocacy and Freedom of Speech April 18, 2012

Prominent Canadian Human Rights lawyer says environmentalists, and Canadians at large, have the right to advocate for environmental protection, and says there needs to be more free speech, not less, on economic development projects that threaten environmental sustainability in Canada.

Here is a collection of interviews on CBC about the changes to environmental assessment review in Canada, and the attempts to silence critics.