2005 Press


November 21, 2005: Fall “Border Blitz ”Results in Numerous Charges Under Fish and Wildlife Legislation

November 1, 2005: Oldest Known Female Whooping Crane Dies at 28

October 25, 2005: Saskatchewan men fined $30,000 for wildlife violations

October 17, 2005: Ontario Company Fined For Illegally Importing Traditional Chinese Medicines

October 13, 2005: Minister Dion Announces the 10th Anniversary Of Canada’s Ecological Gifts Program, another initiative under the Government of Canada’s Project Green

October 13, 2005: Government of Canada Announces $6.7 Million in Funding For Sustainable Development Research

October 5, 2005: Ministers Review Progress on the Conservation of Canada’s Biodiversity and Recovery of Species at Risk

September 29, 2005: Minister Dion welcomes the 2005 Report from the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development

September 22, 2005: 100 Years of Bird Banding in Canada

September 19, 2005: The Honourable Stéphane Dion Speaks about Canada's Project Green and Reviews a Year of Environmental Progress

August 15, 2005: Environment Canada Announces Investigations into the Wabamun Lake Derailment

August 12, 2005: Media Statement: Honourable Stéphane Dion, P.C., M.P. Minister of the Environment -- The Gwich’in, the Porcupine Caribou Herd, and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge


July 20, 2005: Environment Minister to Add 39 Species for Protection Under The Species at Risk Act

July 14, 2005: Toronto Man Charged for Selling Endangered Animals on the Internet

July 6, 2005: Government of Canada Announces $1,754,205 In Funding for Habitat and Species at Risk In British Columba & Yukon

July 4, 2005: Significant Increase In Waterfowl Populations This Spring

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