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Michael Kesterton Friday, Sep. 25, 2009 12:00AM EDT L et the fish choose "A businessman is letting his pet fish choose who will become the new owners of his 675,000 [$1.18-million] house," The Daily Telegraph reports.
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#1 Oct 2, 2009
Legal Victory for Endangered Species across Canada might actually Help Human Beings to Survive Too
Full story: e2ma.net
Vancouver, BC A precedent-setting legal victory for endangered species may put an end to years of unlawful action by the Government of Canada. a Victory for Tiny Fish may also Hepl People like You. A tiny minnow, known as the Nooksack Dace, has won a giant of a victory! Through our legal partner, Ecojustice, Environmental Defence and three other groups have won a lawsuit against the federal government. We argued that the government had broken its own law by failing to protect the habitat of this endangered fish. The Judge agreed. The decision is a tremendous victory and will ensure greater protection of species-at-risk and their habitats across Canada.
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