The 180 | Apr 22, 2013 | 14:03

Conservation vs. Off-Road Recreation in Alberta

Alberta is in the final phase of public consultation for a new land use plan for southern Alberta. Off-roaders worry they'll lose use of favourite recreation areas.

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