Tuesday, December 16, 2008


The Dark Side of Ontario's Northern Policy

McGuinty announced last summer a plan to protect large tracks of northern Ontario's boreal forests through the creation of a plan built on consultation. In essence McGuinty is saying the old cut line is history and the north is open for development and come on in forestry and mining companies. I don't see the current Ministry of Environment or Ministry of Natural Resources protecting our endanger species or the and delicate northern ecology because of their history of justifying environmental abuse in the name of development. Thousands of song birds and other species like the woodland caribou will become just be pictures on the wall.

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