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I'm Voting For The Peel - door hanger
Lewis Rifkind | The Yukon 2016 territorial election is well underway. Voting day is Nov. 7, but first there is an almost endless series of debates, forums and discussions.
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Linda Leon | The Peel River Watershed is a pristine area in northern Yukon prized by First Nations and famous worldwide for its extraordinary beauty.
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Redeye Collective | A planning commission of First Nations and government reps said most of this pristine wilderness should be protected from development. Last month the government stood this agreement on its head.
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Heather Menzies | The Yukon government's 'regional land-use plan' for the Peel River Watershed proposes to leave 29 per cent protected from development, versus the 80 per cent originally recommended. What gives?
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Karl Nerenberg | Less than two weeks ago, the Yukon government announced it would open most of the Peel River Watershed to mining and other development. First Nations groups and CPAWS have launched a lawsuit.