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August 2014
Notice of Community Info Sessions in Baker Lake:
Inuktitut notice
English notice

May 2014
Newsletter : Caribou News in Brief

News Release: "Perfect storm" brewing on caribou calving and post-calving grounds

Backgrounder: BQCMB position on protecting barren-ground caribou calving grounds and post-calving areas

February 2014
BQCMB Comments on Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan

December 2013
BQCMB 31st Annual Report

Caribou Economic Valuation
Revised Report

Newsletter: Caribou News in Brief

May 2013
Opposition to Anconia Victory Lake Project Grows

February 2013
Download the BQCMB 30th Annual Report: 2011-2012

February 2013
BQCMB Comments to NIRB on the Kiggavik technical review timeline

September 2012
Newsletter: Caribou News in Brief



Since 1982, hunters, biologists and wildlife managers have advised governments and agencies how to best manage the more than half-million Beverly and Qamanirjuaq barren-ground caribou, which migrate in two herds across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Mounting industrial development in Canada's resource-rich Arctic and sub-Arctic ensures the conservation efforts of the BQCMB will remain vital for the welfare of Dene, Inuit, Métis, Cree and other caribou-range residents who have always hunted caribou, and for others who cherish the vast caribou herds.




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If you have any difficulties with any part of this site, please contact the webmaster.
The Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board is a registered charity
(Charitable Registration No. 86620 7574 RR0001).

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