500 dead wolves vs. 500 lost jobs: Town balks at potential cost of saving caribou in northeastern B.C.

The wolf cull in B.C. has killed 476 animals since it began in 2015. (Dawn Villella/The Associated Press)

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Five hundred jobs may be at risk under a new plan to protect endangered caribou in northern British Columbia.

Provincial officials say dramatic action is needed to save at-risk herds living near the community of Chetwynd, an industry town northeast of Prince George.

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Source: CBC News

 

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