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Ontario's Species At Risk: The American Eel. When this Act came into force on July 1, 2008, Dalton McGuinty immediately announced sweeping exemptions for industries such as forestry, hydro-electric generating stations, existing pits and quarries, and approved infrastructure and development projects. While the new Act allows an independent scientific committee (COSSARO) to list species at risk, the Minister of Natural Resources can regulate broad exemptions overriding any legislative protection.

Atlantic salmon, The LCBO and Banrock Station Wines. The marine environment of the Great Lakes is home to an array of fish wildlife that is on the verge of collapse. The Ontario Liquor Control Board (LCBO) and Banrock Station Wines (an Australian wine company), in partnership with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, are pumping millions of dollars into the stocking of non-native Atlantic Salmon into Lake Ontario to enhance the sport fishery – a project that could further damage the ecology of Lake Ontario.

And the money is coming from unsuspecting customers like you.


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