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Coal-Mining Calgary Herald

Mine promises gifts but might deliver lump of coal Re: Panel begins review of Alberta coal mine, Oct. 28 Calgary Herald November 2, 2020 Letters Hearing begins for contentious coal mining project

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coal mining News University of Calgary

Alberta announces committee to consult public on future coal mining policy. Read more. In the News: CBC OPINION Reinstating the Alberta coal policy does not mean the end of coal mining. Read more. University of Calgary 2500 University Drive NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 CANADA

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Calgarians rally against open-pit coal mining Saturday

2021-3-27  “Coal development will not only impact water quality but will affect water security in southern Alberta. Open-pit coal mining will degrade the environment and its life-sustaining gift of clear and...

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About Coal Overview Alberta.ca

2020-4-25  Coal mining in Alberta is regulated by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER). AER data and publications, ST45 provides detailed information on number of mines, coal reserves, production and disposition, by coal type and by destination. Alberta Labour is responsible for mine safety.

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Opinion: Coal mining expansion in Alberta Calgary

2020-9-11  The Vista mine produces thermal coal whose sole purpose is to be burned to produce electricity. This coal will release more than 30 million tonnes of

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Sources Coal Alberta's Energy Heritage

2013-3-28  Wylie, William Newman Thomas. “Coal-Mining Landscapes: Commemorating Coal Mining in Alberta and Southeastern British Columbia,” a report prepared for the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, Parks Canada Agency, 2001. Yinke, Deng. Ancient Chinese Inventions. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

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Coal mining in Alberta: Where do we go from here?

2021-3-6  According to the Alberta Energy Regulator, there are 91 billion tonnes of coal resources at depths suitable for mining in the province, and coal-bearing formations underlie about 300,000 square...

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Alberta’s plan to free up water for coal mines raises

2021-2-1  The Alberta government’s decision, in June, to rescind the 1976 coal policy has opened up 420,000 hectares of land classified as Category 2, a designation that had prohibited open-pit coal mining. Much of the area is already covered by coal leases, meaning companies can begin coal exploration and apply to build new open-pit mines.

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Calgary to continue coal-policy advocacy as province

2021-2-8  City of Calgary advocacy. Councillors approved the writing of a letter to the province, expressing support for the reinstatement of the 1976 coal policy. It was approved 12-2, with Couns. Joe Magliocca and Sean Chu opposed. The city also wanted further consultation, particularly around the watershed issues. The city would like the coal leases

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Top coal scientist warns Albertans of contamination from

2021-2-16  The Alberta government is developing a plan for public consultation on coal-mining after it backtracked on a decision to revoke a policy that had protected the mountains and foothills since 1976.

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coal mining News University of Calgary

Alberta announces committee to consult public on future coal mining policy. Read more. In the News: CBC OPINION Reinstating the Alberta coal policy does not mean the end of coal mining. Read more. University of Calgary 2500 University Drive NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 CANADA

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Calgary asked to join opposition to coal mining in the

2021-1-28  Calgary asked to join opposition to coal mining in the Rockies. Death certificates don't accurately reflect the toll of the pandemic, experts say. School children abducted in Nigeria's Niger state

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About Coal Overview Alberta.ca

2020-4-25  Alberta coal. Coal mining in Alberta is regulated by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER). AER data and publications, ST45 provides detailed information on number of mines, coal reserves, production and disposition, by coal type and by destination.. Alberta Labour is responsible for mine safety.

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Alberta NDP to introduce bill banning coal mining in

2021-3-15  CALGARY — Longtime southern Alberta landowner Bobbi Lambright says she isn't about to let emotion colour her concerns about coal mining activities on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. She was at a news conference in Calgary

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Coal mining in Alberta: Where do we go from here?

2021-3-6  According to the Alberta Energy Regulator, there are 91 billion tonnes of coal resources at depths suitable for mining in the province, and coal-bearing formations underlie about 300,000 square

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Court to hear challenge against open-pit coal mining on

2021-1-18  The hearing in Calgary Court of Queen's Bench is to begin Tuesday with Alberta arguing that there was no duty to consult because the coal policy was just that — a policy. "The 1976 coal policy was not enacted using a legislative tool, so it can be

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Alberta’s plan to free up water for coal mines raises

2021-2-1  The Alberta government’s decision, in June, to rescind the 1976 coal policy has opened up 420,000 hectares of land classified as Category 2, a designation that had prohibited open-pit coal mining. Much of the area is already covered by coal leases, meaning companies can begin coal

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Calgary to continue coal-policy advocacy as province

2021-2-8  City of Calgary advocacy. Councillors approved the writing of a letter to the province, expressing support for the reinstatement of the 1976 coal policy. It was approved 12-2, with Couns. Joe Magliocca and Sean Chu opposed. The city also wanted further consultation, particularly around the watershed issues. The city would like the coal leases

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Sources Coal Alberta's Energy Heritage

2013-3-28  Wylie, William Newman Thomas. “Coal-Mining Landscapes: Commemorating Coal Mining in Alberta and Southeastern British Columbia,” a report prepared for the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, Parks Canada Agency, 2001. Yinke, Deng. Ancient Chinese Inventions. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

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Why Coal Mines Always Get Approved Alberta Views

2021-6-30  Why Coal Mines Always Get Approved. On February 8, 2021, after months of growing concern among Albertans at the thought of a half-dozen new coal mines in the headwaters of south-central Alberta’s rivers, Energy Minister Sonya Savage announced that the government had rescinded its rescindment of the province’s 1976 Coal Development Policy.

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coal mining News University of Calgary

Alberta announces committee to consult public on future coal mining policy. Read more. In the News: CBC OPINION Reinstating the Alberta coal policy does not mean the end of coal mining. Read more. University of Calgary 2500 University Drive NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1N4 CANADA

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About Coal Overview Alberta.ca

2020-4-25  Alberta coal. Coal mining in Alberta is regulated by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER). AER data and publications, ST45 provides detailed information on number of mines, coal reserves, production and disposition, by coal type and by destination.. Alberta Labour is responsible for mine safety.

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Alberta NDP to introduce bill banning coal mining in

2021-3-15  CALGARY — Longtime southern Alberta landowner Bobbi Lambright says she isn't about to let emotion colour her concerns about coal mining activities on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. She was at a news conference in Calgary

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Coal Mining in Alberta's Eastern Slopes and Beyond

2021-2-12  Overview of coal mining Manual 020: Coal Development (Overview of regulatory approval process) Legal Information. University of Calgary law professor Nigel Bankes has begun a series of posts analyzing the 1976 Coal Policy and other legal issues pertaining to the development of coal

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Mountains Not Mines

CPAWS Southern Alberta. Stop coal exploration in Alberta. “This type of mining requires the removal of all vegetation and top soil, then explosives are used to blast all the rock above the coal seam to expose it. Waste rock is moved into massive piles, and the blasting is known to release toxic elements from the rock into the environment

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Why Coal Mines Always Get Approved Alberta Views

2021-6-30  Why Coal Mines Always Get Approved. On February 8, 2021, after months of growing concern among Albertans at the thought of a half-dozen new coal mines in the headwaters of south-central Alberta’s rivers, Energy Minister Sonya Savage announced that the government had rescinded its rescindment of the province’s 1976 Coal Development Policy.

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Calgary to continue coal-policy advocacy as province

2021-2-8  City of Calgary advocacy. Councillors approved the writing of a letter to the province, expressing support for the reinstatement of the 1976 coal policy. It was approved 12-2, with Couns. Joe Magliocca and Sean Chu opposed. The city also wanted further consultation, particularly around the watershed issues. The city would like the coal leases

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Protect Alberta Water and Rocky Mountains Stop Open

2021-9-8  Until recently, open pit coal mining was not a threat to our water system in Alberta. In 1976, a Coal Development Policy was put in place by the Alberta government that protected the very sensitive areas of the headwaters. That policy took 2 years to develop and was created with input from the scientific community and public consultations.

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Alberta government reinstating 1976 coal mining policy

Alberta government reinstating 1976 coal mining policy Back to video The reversal comes after growing public pressure including from country singer Corb Lund and from multiple towns within the

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Appeals requested over Grassy Mountain Coal Project

2021-7-19  The Grassy Mountain Coal Project saga continues, with both Benga Mining and the Piikani Nation now seeking an appeal of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s decision to deny the project. As Erik Bay

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