To read an article which discusses why Alberta First Nations demand protection for caribou in Alberta please click on the following link:
Alberta First Nations demand caribou protection from federal government
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According to the website: http://www.srd.alberta.ca/BioDiversityStewardship/
which breed at a younger age and often produce twins.
Alberta Wild Species report."
Committee (BCC) is a community of Government, Industrial, and Academic
partners. Together, they have worked for over a decade to integrate
industrial activities in northern Alberta with the conservation of caribou
and caribou habitat." The Committee's official website is at:
The Federal Government of Canada and the Government of the Province of Alberta need to listen
to what the Alberta First Nations are saying about the Caribou in our province!!
that the Alberta Government has no reliable and up-to-date information
concerning population levels of caribou in our province.
Teachertube concerning Alberta Caribou:
be tightly controlled in about half the northern boreal forest, to give caribou a better shot at
long-term survival. The report also estimated that 30 of Canada's 57 woodland-caribou
populations have shrunk to such low levels they are probably no longer self-sustaining.
In response, Environment Canada added an unsigned preface, or qualifier, to the report,
saying the scientists didn't provide enough information on how much caribou habitat can be
disturbed through development to still maintain sustainable herds. The department said it will
study the issue until December, 2010, effectively putting off for several years any formal plans
to protect the species."
What role do caribou play in the ecosystem? To learn about their role please visit the following
Only after the last fish has been caught;
Only after the last river has been poisoned;
Only then will you realize
that money cannot be eaten."
- Cree Indian Prophecy