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Wolf Lake video shortlisted at film festival

A video on the threatened old-growth of Wolf Lake has made a film-festival shortlist and is showing at the 2014 Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour.

Save Wolf Lake, produced for the Wolf Lake Coalition, is on the North American tour leg, and will cross the Atlantic in the fall. The schedule is available at Reel Paddling's website.

This is the second Wolf Lake video by Rob Nelson, intended to highlight the mining threat to the world's largest remaining red pine old-growth forest.

Wolf Lake Coalition is leading the broad-based group fighting to save the area and its rare forest.

  VIDEO:  Save Wolf Lake


Artists focus on Wolf Lake

Ontario renews mining lease

Petition passes 20,000 signatures

Video: Jane Goodall's appeal

Ontario backs off, but no mining ban

Ontario aids outlawed miner

Premier invited to canoe Wolf Lake

Sudbury Star: front page story

Coalition forms as opposition spreads

Toronto Star: Ontario breaks pledge

   Followup Dec 13: Not a done deal

Sudbury calls for protection again

Camps: business will suffer

Ex-mayor Sturgeon Falls: bad surprise

Minister overwhelmed? Target: premier

Old growth threatened at Wolf Lake

Video: Protect Wolf Lake

Irreplacable ecosystem: scientific report

Scientific discoveries

  REPORT:  Wolf Lake species (PDF)

EXTERNAL WEBSITE:  Wolf Lake Coalition



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