Canada’s Caribou Preservation Plan at Odds with Oil Sands Activity

Canadian Press: The federal government is promising to work harder to preserve habitat needed by Canada's vanishing woodland caribou. In a document released late Friday afternoon, Environment Canada released the final version of long-awaited recovery strategy for the animals, which scientists believe could be wiped out from some areas within a generation. The plan puts the emphasis on habitat restoration, saying that all caribou ranges should be at least 65 per cent undisturbed. "For boreal caribou ranges......

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