The problem

The solution

The caribou’s habitat remains unprotected in vast areas across Canada. Unsustainable logging, industrial development and new roads are cutting the forest into smaller pieces, making caribou more vulnerable to predators and destroying their feeding grounds. And as the forest declines, the caribou struggle to find food — like the “reindeer lichen” that can usually be found in the dense old growth that is so important for biodiversity and carbon storage.

Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, has a responsibility to end the delays, and ensure this species is finally protected. Indigenous Peoples in many parts of the country are already showing us how. We need to tell McKenna to stop the excuses and to take action to protect this iconic species that has roamed the forest for thousands of years.

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Tell Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, to take action and protect the woodland boreal caribou.

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