A Call To Plan For Wildlife

This opinion piece from the Baltimore Sun calls on the province to shift its planning priorities to include all of its residents, not just the humans.

"It's all about priorities, and unfortunately too few people consider wildlife when plans are being made."

"Planning, legal and financial considerations all too often take precedent."

"This province isn't just urban sprawl, 400-series highways, vast retail shopping centres and industrial developments. It's forests and streams, rolling hills, rivers and lakes which have been here much longer than humans. And it's animals."

Full Story: Make wildlife a planning priority

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