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April 2011 issue


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It's a great article. The readers must know that Mount Carleton Provincial Park has now been closed from 20h00 until 8h00 from autumn to spring due to budget cuts. Stargazing is no longer an activity except in summer.

Submitted by René on Sunday, April 01, 2012


Hi...
I have enjoyed this and many of your articles. I live in Eastend, Sask., which is on the eastern edge of the Cypress Hills. On page 2 of 'Preserving the Night Sky,' it is written that the Cypress Hills are in the southeastern corner of the province. It is actually in the southwest corner.
Thanks...
Ron

Submitted by Ron MacRae on Wednesday, June 15, 2011


We are so happy that the importance of our night skies are being recognized. Much of the wildlife at Maligne Lake, in Jasper National Park, needs the dark.

Submitted by Maligne Lake on Thursday, March 24, 2011












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