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Fishing can definitely rack up some charges! The article discussed in this post explains a situation from earlier this week in which a BC fisherman was fined $20,000 for illegally selling his catch of spot prawns. He caught his prawns under his First Nations Food, Social, and Ceremonial licence, which does not permit the selling of ones catch. He had illegally harvested his prawns and sold them on the commercial market, which is most definitely not allowed with the FSC licence he possessed.

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It’s been talked about for decades, and many people have been skeptical about its development. Tidal energy is the newest, and most modern form of renewable energy in Canada. Environmental degradation and greenhouse gas emissions have troubled Canada for quite some time and finding a new source of clean energy, that does not heighten the effects of climate change proves to be difficult. However, this initiative puts Canada in the lead for the search of renewable and clean energy.

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         People donate money to different medical foundations in hopes to raise awareness and further research. Many people do this to help ill patients, in memory of someone who they have known that passed from the sickness or to do what they think is a kind act of good heartedness. In recent years, some foundations have been found to be fraudulent. This means that they are advertising for people to donate money to their fictional foundation. Then when donations are made, the money is not going to a foundation but into the con artists’ pockets. Rebecca R.

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       There are two recognized types of gender, a man and a woman. There are many types of gender roles of a man and a woman placed by society. The ideas of how one should act and behave, but sometimes this idea are unwelcomed. Stereotypes play a predominate role with society and influences what people believe. People in society are able to go against these stereotypes and be who they want to be. People can break free from stereotypes to be more individualistic.

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With climate change, industrialization and environmental resource extraction on the rise, it is obvious that our environment will suffer. The boreal forest is the target of these developments, and this calls into question the sustainability and long-term impacts of our reliance on the boreal forest in Canada. A healthy boreal forest is essential to the livelihoods of countless animals, ecosystems, people and our economy.

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               The article I chose focuses on a hotly debated issue in many parts of Canada, namely natural resource extraction and the impact on Aboriginal land rights. More specifically, this article chronicled the Waswanipi Cree’s fight to protect one of Québec’s last remaining untouched boreal forests, the Broadback Valley Forest, from forestry. The Waswanipi Cree’s territory is located 730 kilometres north of Montreal, and has already felt a heavy presence from the forestry industry, with 90% of their territory already logged or fragmented.

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