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Core Canadian values at risk, say environmental groups

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A group called Blackout Speakout has launched a national campaign in The Globe and Mail and La Presse today.

The coalition of environmental advocacy groups, including The World Wildlife Fund, the Sierra Club, the David Suzuki Foundation and Greenpeace, has taken out full-page ads that warn two core Canadian values -- nature and democracy -- are at risk.

Peter Robertson is the CEO of the David Suzuki Foundation. He explains their concerns to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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