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Three in Five (62%) Canadians Say the Federal Government is Doing Too Little to Protect Species at Risk

Nine in Ten Canadians (85%) Say Federal Laws Protecting Species at Risk are Crucial to the Diversity and Abundance of Wildlife, the Canadian Economy, and Canadians’ Health

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Ottawa, ON – Three in five (62%) Canadians feel that the federal government is doing too little to ensure the survival of Canada’s species at risk and should strengthen and better enforce Canada’s endangered species laws, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Wildlife Federation. One third...

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Three in Five (62%) Canadians Say the Federal Government is Doing Too Little to Protect Species at Risk


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