Wood Buffalo


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Wood Buffalo

A city of northeast Alberta, Canada, near Wood Buffalo National Park and including the community of Fort McMurray.
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Wood Buffalo National Park in northwestern Canada contains North America's largest wild bison population and a critical nesting habitat for whooping cranes.
I also commend the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo for their financial contributions to this project.
The Mikisew Cree First Nation is asking the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to classify Wood Buffalo National Park as a World Heritage Site "in danger.
The Canada fabrication operation has been awarded a contract for Chromium Carbide Overlay of spools for hydrotransport and tailings applications for a mine site in the Wood Buffalo Region.
Alberta is home to the Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP)--the largest national park in North America.
Residents of Northern Alberta will find enhanced service from the Wood Buffalo region filling the need for better options and more convenient schedules for business and leisure travellers alike as the area continues to boom.
Teck Resources Limited is proposing to develop and operate a new oilsands mine and processing plant about 100 kilometres north of Fort McMurray and 110 kilometres south of Fort Chipewyan, in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.
The Wood Buffalo Extension pipeline will transport volumes from the proposed Fort Hills oil sands project as well as growth from Suncor's existing oil sands operations.
These papers, along with other included material, come from projects undertaken by the Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA), which has, since 2008, undertaken intense study of environmental monitoring activities.
Enbridge closed its Wood Buffalo pipeline system in northeast Alberta in June in response to a spill from its Line 37 pipeline from Fort McMurray.
This gives the book a tendency to focus on the "longue duree" and broad historical patterns or structures that change slowly, if at all, but McCormack does weave key events such as the signing of Treaty Eight and the creation of Wood Buffalo National Park into her story effectively and shows how such events often had quite unintended consequences.
WE LOVE NATURE NATURAL WORLD: A WOLF CALLED STORM BBC2, 9pm THE wolves and buffalo of Wood Buffalo National Park in Canada featured in David Attenborough's Frozen Planet series.