Comprehensive guide to logging and environmental issues in Temagami
After 12 years of quiet in the heartland of Temagami, logging has targeted the Muskego Wildlands, Spirit Forest and Misabi Range.
Old growth slated for cutting
Ojibway sacred grounds to be logged
Northerners support Temagami protection, poll
Outfitters see economic damage
Conservation reserve to get logging road
Roadless areas targeted for logging
Long the inviolable symbol of wild and pristine Temagami, slopes of the Maple Mountain range will be logged this winter.
New logging proposed for the west side of Temagami in the Sudbury district
No decision means no logging. How long will we wait? FOLLOWUP: Logging environmental assessment denied
The 2004-05 logging plan has been approved. Map
New logging roads continue to push into Temagami's largest remaining unprotected roadless area.
Satellite photo shows extent of clear-cutting
A series: MNR has released the first look at its new timber plan for 2004 to 2009 and most logging areas will be clear-cut. The plan also proposes to increase logging by 400 per cent over that of the last decade.
Earthroots filed suit against the proposed Bob Lake logging road. The road would be used to access blocks 30 and 46 from the Red Squirrel Road by crossing the Bob Lake Conservation Reserve. UPDATE
Alex Mathias, the last Teme-Augama Anishnabai living on traditional family lands, sees the logging as a threat to his ancient rites.
MNR continues to break the rules. Illegal clear-cuts will cover an area larger than 8,500 football fields.
The hand of the Ontario government is applied unevenly, and guess who comes out sitting on the throne?
Earthroots sets out reasons for opposing logging and launches its action program.
MNR has been sending out a standard response to public comments voicing concern over the Sharp Rock logging. If you could read between the lines, this is what you'd learn.
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