'They do not act:' Another lawsuit seeks to force federal species protection

The federal government is facing more legal problems over an alleged and ongoing failure to enforce its own environmental laws.

"This is a chronic problem with both Environment Canada and (Fisheries and Oceans)," said David Mayhood of the Timberwolf Wilderness Society.

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