Public Input Needed For New Conservancy

By Canadian Press
April 16, 2018 - 12:14pm

VICTORIA — The provincial government is seeking public input on a proposed new Tsaa Nuna conservancy in northern B-C that will cover nearly six-thousand hectares.

The province and the Halfway River First Nation signed a government-to-government agreement in March of last year that included working together to recommend that a conservancy is established in an area of high cultural significance to the community.

The Province is seeking feedback on how the Conservancy along the southern shore of Halfway River about 65 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John will impact the public and third parties.

Written comments can be sent to the forests minister by mail or email while an open house is also being held in Fort St. John on April 25th. 

(The Canadian Press)

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