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July 3, 2022

First Nations demand caribou protection as feds and Quebec argue over jurisdiction

Quebec’s so-called ‘independent commission’ regarding the fate of woodland and mountain caribou appears to have been the last straw for First Nations and environmentalists. Headed by forest economics expert Nancy Gélinas, consultations are gauging opinions on only two proposed scenarios – one which may restore habitat while threatening forestry jobs and a second in which forestry would continue unabated. Source

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