The Manitoba Breeding Bird Atlas will be a comprehensive gathering of information that will help preserve our unique avian populations, said Manitoba Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie and Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, Rod Bruinooge.
“The Breeding Bird Atlas will be one of the largest...
The U.S. District Court has again ruled in favour of Manitoba in its case against the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project, Water Stewardship Minister Christine Melnick announced today.
Judge Rosemary Collyer, in her decision issued Friday, March 5, ordered the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to...
Public consultations on a proposed location for the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation youth leadership camp near Sylvia Lake in the Whiteshell Provincial Park will be held in February, Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie and Tim Horton Children’s Foundation vice-president Dave Newnham announced...
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Premier Greg Selinger today committed the
provincial government to moving forward with legislation enabling
the creation of a cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse-gas
emissions in Manitoba. He said the system will be subject to
public consultations in 2010.
Premier Greg Selinger and Conservation Minister Bill Blaikie will
join world leaders, policy makers, industry leaders, scientists
and environmentalists from around the world at the United Nations
Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
“Manitoba is a leader in clean-energy technology, energy
On the eve of the Copenhagen climate-change summit, Manitoba is
announcing two new protected areas with significant carbon stores
and committing to a new boreal peatlands stewardship strategy,
Premier Greg Selinger announced today.
“We are adding almost 400,000 hectares in the boreal tundra