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Canada invokes previously unused section of Species at Risk Act to protect mountain caribou in B.C.’s Peace Region
Y2Y calls for aggressive habitat protection and restoration measures
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Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat
Let B.C. and Canada know we need to do more for caribou recovery.
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The battle to save the only herd of caribou in the lower 48 states has been lost. | New York Times, Apr. 14, 2018
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As woodland caribou continue to face extinction in B.C., a wild biologist and two First Nations have found success reviving a herd in the province's interior. | CBC's The Current, Apr. 16, 2018
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Environmental groups call for immediate and full protection for all critical mountain caribou habitat in B.C. | Nelson Daily, Apr. 15, 2018
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The Gray Ghost caribou herd in the southern Selkirk Mountains is “functionally extinct,” despite a decade worth of interventions by governments to save them. | Vancouver Sun, Apr. 17, 2018
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Experts fear only three of South Selkirk herd, which moves from Canada into Idaho and Washington, survived winter – all female. | The Guardian, Apr. 19, 2018
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With limited funds for conservation, researchers spar over which species to save — and which to let go. | Science, Sept. 6, 2018
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Y2Y seeks to engage British Columbians to care for the endangered species – at a critical time in their survival. | News 1130, May 24, 2019
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New caribou agreement advances reconciliation and improves wildlife habitat
Y2Y congratulates and applauds West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations, the province of British Columbia and Environment and Climate Change Canada in negotiating an agreement to protect and recover caribou in Treaty 8 traditional territory.
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