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May 1, 2005 | Outdoor Canada | Published News | Bob Sexton
Looking out the window at the dark, scrubby forest on this cool September night, it?s a little hard to take Louis Young?s comment seriously. ?In Ojibway, Manitoba means ?the place where the creator...
May 1, 2005 | The Walrus | Published News
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April 29, 2005 | Edmonton Sun | Published News | Neil Waugh
Kimberly-Clark CEO Tom Falk knew he was in for a long day when the "Kleercut Truck" - dressed up like a box of Kleenex - showed up on the doorstep of the Dallas hotel where he was holding his annual...
April 28, 2005 | The Dallas Morning News | Published News | David Koenig
Environmental groups are pressing Kimberly-Clark Corp. to use recycled paper in its Kleenex tissue and to stop buying timber from what they say are clear-cutting operations in old-growth Canadian...
April 27, 2005 | San Francisco Chronicle | Published News | Gregory Dicum
In an ad that ran this January in a number of newspapers, including The New York Times, a sultry model in a satin bodice and frilly feathered wings stared poutingly from the page. At first glance, it...
April 26, 2005 | Dallas Business Journal | Published News
Greenpeace activists on Thursday plan to distribute materials alleging Irving-based Kimberly-Clark Corp.'s use of pulp from "ancient" North American forests is contributing to the destruction of the...
April 21, 2005 | Financial Post | Published News | Cathy Wilkinson
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April 21, 2005 | National Post | Published News | John Mckay
TORONTO (CP) - The fictional wizard Harry Potter and real-life renowned writer Alice Munro are helping to spearhead a made-in-Canada environmental campaign designed to save the world's endangered old...
April 12, 2005 | Reuters | Published News
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) - Forestry firms Tembec Inc. and Domtar Inc. unveiled separate agreements with environmental groups on Tuesday, including one campaigning to curb logging in...
April 1, 2005 | OnEarth | Published News | Alex Shoumatoff
Manitoba Hydro wants to build transmission lines (that no one needs) through a proposed World Heritage site. First Nations and conservationists have a better idea. It is the beginning of September,...

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