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Woodland herds' habitat still under pressure, but wilderness society sees signs of hope in new governments
December 14, 2015 | CBC News | Published News | Susan Lunn

Woodland caribou

Photo: Howard Sandler/iStockPhoto.com

A report to be released later today by the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society shows the woodland caribou are still under threat across the country.

But the environmental group believes a change in the political landscape is reason for optimism.

This is the third year the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society has written a report on the state of woodland caribou. And once again the animals' situation isn't a whole lot better.

"Caribou are still largely unprotected. The habitat has been...

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