April 2021 News Roundup

This week the Terra Informers bring you April's environmental news headlines.

It's the end of April already! Tune in this week as the Terra Informa team rounds up environmental news headlines from the past month. In this episode, we cover Ottawa's constitutional carbon tax, the concerns of Parkland County residents' concerns over a church development near a local lake, an update on grizzly bear populations in Alberta, tensions over a forestry blockade in Fairy Creek BC, and a land and water defender update from northwestern BC.

Narwhal article by Matt Simmons on the Gitanyow's fight for a salmon-saving Indigenous protected area

fRI Research Grizzly Project Summary Report
fRI Research Grizzly Project Website

The Niitsítapi Water Protectors have partnered with The New Gallery in Calgary and are looking to collaborate with an artist or artists who are Indigenous to the Treaty 7 area. They are looking for a piece of visual art to be displayed on a billboard at The New Gallery in the historic Chinatown in Calgary over the summer months. 

The prompt for artists is: Water is Life. 

Applications are due by May 2nd at 11:59pm, and the work is due by May 15th.

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