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Need more information on the tar sands visit one of these organizations:

Alberta Wilderness Association
“Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is the oldest wilderness conservation group in Alberta dedicated to the completion of a protected areas network and the conservation of wilderness throughout the province…”
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Association
“The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is Canada’s grassroots voice for wilderness. We are solutions-oriented and we get results. Since our founding in 1963, we have helped protect…”
Founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is Canada’s largest citizens’ organization, with members and chapters across the country. The Council works to  protect Canadian independence by promoting policies on fair trade, clean water, energy security, public health care, and other issues of social and economic concern to Canadians.
Environmental Law Centre
“The Environmental Law Centre (Alberta) Society (”ELC”) was formed and incorporated in Alberta in 1982 to provide Albertans with an objective source of information about environmental and natural resources law…”
GREENPEACE
Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action. Greenpeace has just opened an office in Alberta and is dedicated to stopping this devastating project.
Parkland Institute
The Parkland Institute is an Alberta research network situated within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta. It operates within the established and distinctive tradition of Canadian political economy and is non-partisan.
Pembina Institute for Sustainable Development
“The Pembina Institute envisions a world in which our immediate and future needs are met in a manner that protects the earth’s living systems; ensures clean air, land and water; prevents dangerous climate change, and provides…”
Running out of Steam – a valuable report on water and the tar sands.
Public Interest Alberta
Public Interest Alberta (PIA) is a province-wide organization focused on education and advocacy on public interest issues.
An important report on water and the tar sands.
Sierra Club of Canada – Prairie Chapter
“From the grasslands of prairies, to the foothills of the mountains, and the tundra of the north, the Prairie Chapter encompasses a vast diverse region of Canada. Our mission is to develop a diverse, well-trained grassroots network working to…”Toxics Watch Society of Alberta
“The Toxics Watch Society of Alberta is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization focusing on environmental and public health issues related to toxic substances and pollution. Through a blend of advocacy and community projects…”

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