Fault Feds On Nt’l Park Plan

First Nations say the Department of Environment has yet to comply with a UN request to protect a World Heritage Site.  A UNESCO panel in 2017 faulted regulators for failing to monitor the impact of mining and hydroelectric projects at Canada’s largest national park: “Governments have dropped the ball.”

This content is for Blacklock’s Reporter members only. Please login to view this content. (Register here.)

Back to Top