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As industry Encroaches, Yukoners Make Last Stand to Preserve Unspoiled Wilderness

— Posted on Aug 20, 2011 10:30 AM in: General News
As industry Encroaches, Yukoners Make Last Stand to Preserve Unspoiled Wilderness

Yukon government records show there were 8,431 mining claims staked in the Peel watershed at the start of this year. Star columnist, Paul Watson, tours the Peel Watershed to see what is at stake if the moratorium on mining was removed.

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David Suzuki Demands Full Peel Watershed Protection

— Posted on Aug 01, 2011 10:30 AM in: General News
David Suzuki Demands Full Peel Watershed Protection

One of Canada's most prominent environmentalists, David Suzuki, is wading into the debate over the protection of Yukon's Peel River watershed.

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Peel Planners Stick to Their Guns

— Posted on Jul 27, 2011 11:00 AM in: General News
Peel Planners Stick to Their Guns

The Peel Watershed Planning Commission's work is done. Its final recommendations, released July 25th, 2011, stick with earlier plans to protect four-fifths of the vast, Scotland-sized swath of northeast Yukon.

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$8B Site C Dam Goes to Environmental Review

— Posted on May 19, 2011 09:00 AM in: General News
$8B Site C Dam Goes to Environmental Review

The proposed Site C dam in northeast B.C. has a new projected price tag of almost $8 billion, and has moved to the first stage of an environmental review.

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UNESCO Report Calls for "Conservation and Wildlife Management plan” for Flathead

— Posted on Jun 26, 2010 12:30 PM in: General News
UNESCO Report Calls for "Conservation and Wildlife Management plan” for Flathead

The report recommends a new management plan for the Flathead River Valley that “gives priority to natural ecological values and wildlife conservation.”

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