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First Nations push for conservation plan to protect 40,000 sq. km of northern B.C.

Kaska Dena Area 20190612

The new area covers a vast, roadless area stretching to the Yukon border in the north, the slopes of the Rockies in the east, the Cassiar Mountains on the west, and to the Rocky Mountain Trench — between the Rockies and the Cassiar — in the south.

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