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National Parks: The Pressures of Development http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/thenational/national-parks-pressure-1.3797434

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The decline of marine species is having troubling affects on fisheries around the world. In an interview with marine biologist Dr. Worm, Mike Adams uses his expert opinions and recommendations to document the issue in greater depth. The article and interview covers the problem of commercial fishing of every corner of our planets oceans, with many of the fisheries now failing. During the interview, Dr. Worm exaggerated how unsustainable the sea life population is as a leading food source of the world.

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Cover: Location of Proposed Park in downtown Edmonton. (Taken from Google Maps on 25 November 2016)

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Sex and gender are often thought as two categories that are dependent of each other. In all reality though, sex and gender can have two sperately different answers that don't relate. In the article " BEARDS AND BODIES Doing Sex in a Gendered World" by Raine Dozier, he quotes from Lorber saying "Talking about gender for most people is equivelent of fish talking about water" meaning that gender is not a topic most people talk about. Today's society has brought about new relationships, allowing people to speak and feel free about their gender identity.

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Imagine being responsible for the extinction of the world’s largest bear species. A bear species that has adapted to surviving in the harshest environmental conditions, yet is threatened by the activities of humans. This article tells us that within the coming years, the human contribution to climate change and the effects of this environmental phenomenon may ultimately make this tragedy a reality for the polar bear.

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   An interesting and very informative news article in regards to invasive species, or shall I say ‘non-native species’. This is the newly introduced term that scientists are now using to deter this misconception that every non-native species is always bad. The main actors involved in this article are the researchers who study non-natives species in Canada. Studies have shown that not all non-native species are bad for the environment.

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