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Canada | 30-year fight over planned resort ends with development rights canceled & First Nations PA

A First Nation has been given over $21 million to create an Indigenous protected area in one of the most contentious valleys in British Columbia.


The Ktunaxa Nation in the East Kootenay will create a conservation zone in the towering mountains and glaciers around the Jumbo Valley, which has been in the eye of developers for three decades.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/contentious-jumbo-valley-to-become-indigenous-protected-area-after-feds-provide-21m-1.5431665


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