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The British Columbia government has added a month to its consultations on caribou conservation because of community concerns over logging, backcountry access and talks with First Nations. | Globe and Mail, Apr. 15, 2019
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Conservationists Call Foul on Site C Logging
Y2Y is calling foul on BC Hydro’s plans to log the Peace River Valley above the Site C dam site, including an area that has been recommended for Provincial Park status.
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NGO Submission to UN Highlights Impacts of Site C Dam on Indigenous Rights, Food Security
Y2Y and other NGOs call on the Canadian government to consider the human rights and food security impacts of B.C.'s Site C dam.
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Healing the Peace River Break
Y2Y is working with partners throughout northeastern B.C. to put this new environmental hot spot on the radar
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First Nations Bring Mercury-Contaminated Fish to BC Legislature to Protest Site C Dam
Chiefs from two First Nations visit the B.C. legislature to protest the controversial $9 billion Site C dam.
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Deconstructing DamNation
Before building the Site C Dam on B.C.’s Peace River, we need to take a long, hard look at how these mega-projects affect the landscape.
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Tim Burkhart discusses the news that B.C.’s government has reached two draft agreements with the aim of protecting the province’s dwindling caribou population. | Global News, Mar. 21, 2019
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An agreement between B.C., Ottawa, the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations is one of two caribou agreements announced Thursday. | Canadian Press, Mar. 21, 2019
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Open Letter to Canadian and B.C. government on section 11 caribou agreement
Read a letter from five environmental organizations, including Y2Y, on B.C.'s section 11 agreement for mountain caribou recovery in the province.
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