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The Yukon government deleted numbers from its report on the most recent public consultation on the Peel watershed land use plan.
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The Yukon government unveiled its version of a land-use plan for the Peel watershed on Tuesday, and it’s designed to accommodate more development.
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To the dismay of many Yukoners, the Peel Watershed, one of the world's largest and most pristine ecosystems, may soon be opened to increased development.
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Two separate groups say they are disappointed in the Yukon Government's announcement that it will not ban development in the Peel region.
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In an abrupt about face, the Yukon Government announced that mineral exploration and development, with associated road networks, will be allowed to proceed in the Peel and that only a minority of the watershed will be protected.
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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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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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Historic Election in the Yukon Territory a Game-Changer for Yukon Wildlands
The new Yukon government vows to protect much of the pristine Peel River Watershed.
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Supreme Court of Canada Will Hear Case on Yukon's Peel Watershed
“We congratulate our partners in the Yukon and look forward to continuing our support for their work to protect the world-class ecological and cultural values of the Peel watershed.," says Y2Y's Candace Batycki.
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The Yukon Court of Appeal has upheld the Supreme Court's decision that the Yukon government did not respect the Peel watershed land use planning process as set out in final land claim agreements with First Nations.
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