King Salmon Dethroned by Invasive Species in the Great Lakes
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“Companies Finally Pay for Athabasca River Coal Mine Spill” The Athabasca River in Alberta has suffered many coal mine spills in the recent past, and the companies responsible are now paying the price. The question is whether a fine is enough. Within the span of four months, two companies have been charged for the dumping of effluent waste into the river, an ecologically significant habitat for many species such as the endangered rainbow trout, as well as a water source to many, and a culturally significant landform for First Nation peoples.
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