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During their 10 day fundraising journey, Cops for Kids riders will cycle into 18 different communities, facing some challenging terrain and possible inclement weather conditions along the way. The route includes the ascent and decent of two mountains passes:the Anarchist Mountain and the Paulson summit. These encounters will remind each rider of the challenges that some children, our Little Ambassadors, face on a daily basis and it will serve to keep them focussed to complete their journey to help better the lives of these children.
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We did the new wetlands policy this year in both the white and green areas of Alberta; that was a policy that was in the making for a number of years, and we very happy we were able to get that policy to move forward.The regional plans, accomplished the lower Athabasca region and now the south Saskatchewan regional plan is in its final stages as well, so very happy about the work we done on that as well.Certainly, setting up the new independent monitoring agency, a piece of legislation that I carried, Bill 31 (also known as AEMERA Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency.) It very important for us that we have an independent monitoring agency that starts in the oilsands region and then as new regional plans come on, it will move across the province. But it will be independent, and it will have a science advisory board as well and the data that they receive will be transparently reported to anyone willing to look at it in Alberta or Canada or around the world. It will also have, which is very unique, a science advisory board that can peer review the data.