Law Needed For Vanishing Species After B.C. Tree Case

All provinces must adopt a mandatory Species At Risk Act similar to federal legislation if diminishing wildlife and habitat are to be saved, say British Columbia environmental groups. The public appeal follows a B.C. Supreme Court ruling the province had no mandatory duty to save centuries-old Douglas fir trees even after designating them as a species at risk: “It’s probably time”.

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