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Treaty 8 First Nations Justice for the Peace Caravan Rolls Across Canada
Caravan wants Prime Minister Trudeau to keep his promises to First Nations and Stop Site C dam.
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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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Wood Buffalo National Park was named to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983 because of its outstanding natural significance. Now, some advocacy groups, including Y2Y, say that status could be at risk.
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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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Open letter to Canada and B.C. from Treaty 8 First Nations regarding Site C
Organizations call for suspension of Site C dam; new website launches to monitor court challenge.
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Scientists have discovered rare and notable species in the Site C dam flood zone that were missed in BC Hydro's environmental assessment.
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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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Landmark agreement provides hope for northern herds, but questions remain for southern mountain caribou. | The Narwhal, Mar. 21, 2019
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Just two years ago only four in 10 British Columbians had even heard of the Site C dam. Now, the project — one of the most expensive and environmentally destructive in B.C.’s history — is making international headlines.
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Y2Y in the Peace River Break: Here to stay
Moving forward with conservation in northern British Columbia.
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