From the Friday, November 28, 2008 online edition of the Missoulian . . .
A controversial Canadian coal mine, proposed high in the headwaters above Glacier National Park, would be built atop the most productive bull trout spawning habitat in the entire river basin.
“That site, immediately below the proposed mine site, is incredibly important bull trout habitat,” said Mark Deleray, a fisheries biologist with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
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(Link updated on 30 November. The darn Missoulian sometimes changes the link when they archive articles.)