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Environmental groups lose legal challenge to Ontario's endangered species rules

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TORONTO - Ontario's highest court has dismissed a challenge to the province's endangered species regulations, a decision environmental groups say will leave many species without legal protection. The Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld a lower court decision that found the Ministry of Natural...
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