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Cumulative impact is something the B.C. government does not like to talk about when consulting First Nations about resource developments. Government prefers to look at projects in isolation. So, Site C on the Peace River, for example, is assessed on its own, not in the context of all the oil-and-gas activity taking place in the region.
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Y2Y staff on climate change and what it means for caribou. | National Post, Dec. 14, 2018
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First Nations in the Peace River region of British Columbia are hemmed in by resource developments, which have dramatically eroded their traditional fishing grounds, the Joint Review Panel studying the Site C dam proposal has been told.
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Deciding the Fate of Yukon’s Peel Watershed
Y2Y supports First Nations and conservation partners in the Yukon as they take the Peel Watershed Case to Canada’s Supreme Court.
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Environmental Groups Support Mikisew Cree First Nation Call for Urgent Action to Protect Wood Buffalo National Park
Environmental groups meet with members of UNESCO to investigate threats to Wood Buffalo National Park’s World Heritage status.
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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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Federal Government Faces Growing Calls to Halt Site C Dam
Organizations from across Canada urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take immediate action to halt construction of BC's Site C dam.
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A little less than two weeks ago, the Yukon government announced that it would open most of the Peel River Watershed, a wilderness the size of New Brunswick, to mining and other development.
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The Métis Nation of Alberta in Fort Chipewyan is suing BC Hydro and the federal government for $3 billion for damages to the Lake Athabasca delta.
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Help First Nations achieve justice for Site C
Y2Y is working together with our partners, including RAVEN, LeadNow and Amnesty International, to raise $30,000 by September 12.
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