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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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A new community science research project aims to better understand wolverines. | Vancouver Metro Star, Feb. 13, 2019
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Backcountry users in southeastern B.C. asked to participate in wolverine research
Researchers are seeking for community scientists to better understand wolverines in southeast British Columbia.
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The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week. | Science, Jan. 17, 2019
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Statement: Environmental groups call on feds to step up B.C. caribou protections
Y2Y and other conservation groups send a letter urging Canada's Environment Minister to implement protections for Southern Mountain caribou in British Columbia.
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Is it possible that the South Selkirk herd has more than just two surviving members? And this: Is it possible, albeit unlikely, that part of the herd moved to a new location? | Global B.C., Nov. 10, 2018
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Caribou spotted in Montana a ray of hope, say conservationists
Recent confirmed sightings of mountain caribou in northwest Montana near the border with British Columbia are cause for hope, says staff at Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.
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British Columbia is finally getting around to drawing up endangered species legislation, says columnist Leslie Anthony. | Pique, June 28, 2018
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Canada's dedication to our natural heritage to be celebrated
Y2Y applauds today’s Target 1 report release and says this signals a significant advancement in addressing the loss of Canada’s wildlife heritage and wildlands. 
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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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