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Pukaskwa National Park wolves threatened by new logging road
A proposed logging road approved in 2002 by the Ontario government in the White River Forest threatens Pukaskwa National Parks wolf population. The road will cut through an extensive wilderness corridor along the parks northern boundary and will intersect the territories of four wolf packs as well as an important woodland caribou recovery zone.
The proposed road, to be built by Domtar Inc., will open up a previously remote area to motor vehicles. Nature Canada, working within a coalition of conservation organizations, is calling on the provincial and federal governments to undertake a full environmental assessment of the proposed road.
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