“For goodness sakes, let us understand that a way of life, a culture, a dependency of the Indigenous population on this land and surrounding areas is slyly being wiped away for the sake of political wants and to satisfy a disconnected population with no interest or ties to traditional practices in any meaningful way.”
And, in the case of endangered species, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Newfoundland and Labrador is learning the hard way: climate change can no longer be ignored.
Fancy that: a tremendously important event not covered at all by the media…
The Vancouver Sun is reporting that the “woodland caribou on the island of Newfoundland could soon be joining their mainland cousins in a race for extinction.” The report, released Wednesday by Nature Newfoundland and Labrador, says the woodland caribou population has shrunk by 66 per cent over the last decade. “With human land-use closing in on the animals’ home territory, predators are provided with “easier travel corridors as they search for prey,” the report states. For more information on the report, and for some interesting facts on caribou, check the link below. Source: The Vancouver Sun