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Wilderness Committee Honours Rafe Mair.

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PostedOctober 22, 2012 by in
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The Wilderness Committee, Canada’s largest member-based environmental organization, honoured hall of fame broadcaster and co-founder of The Common Sense Canadian Rafe Mair with its annual Eugene Rogers Award for outstanding contribution to environmental protection in BC at its AGM this past weekend. Mair, who joins a long list of distinguished recipients of the annual award going back to its inception in 1992, received the tribute “for his outspoken determination to protect BC’s environment and wild fish from threats posed by salmon farming, private hydropower and proposed oil pipeline projects.” Mair’s colleague, filmmaker Damien Gillis, accepted the award on his behalf as he was unable to attend. In a statement read by Gillis, Mair said, “I cannot express how thrilled I am to receive the coveted Eugene Rogers award from an organization I have so long looked up to as the premier environmental organization in British Columbia.” Noting the many ways in which he and the Wilderness Committee have worked together on issues of mutual concern, Mair added, “I know that, again and more successfully, we will fight our battles side by side.”

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  1.  
    Don F.

    Congratulalions to Rafe to be honoured for his commitment to British Columbia!




  2.  

    Foy & Wilderness board, you couldn’t have picked a better nominee for the Rogers award.





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