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Sorry, we're closed: activists call off Grizzly hunt in Great Bear Rainforest

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National Energy Board suspends review of Northern Gateway sunset clause extension request

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British Columbia source of ‘vast majority’ of bear trophies

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Northern Gateway pipeline approval overturned

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Justin Trudeau won't be pinned down on B.C. oil tanker ban timing

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Government launches review of environmental and regulatory processes to restore public trust

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