There is a lot of talk these days about the woodland caribou, an animal species classified as vulnerable in Quebec. The problem is far from new, but our current government, like most of its predecessors, prefers to launch studies and consultations, instead of applying the only effective remedy: tightening the screws on the forestry industry.
The Innu First Nations of Essipit and Mashteuiatsh met with representatives of the Independent Highlands and Woodland Caribou Commission on Wednesday in Alma. This meeting was held in private, as the Council specified that the Commission is not the right forum to carry out proper Aboriginal consultations. Published on May 12, 2022 Source : Patricia