Region 7 covers most of the northern interior of B.C. and the southern two-thirds of the Yukon, with mountains and plateaus rising up from sweeping areas of intact, mostly boreal, forest. It is home to pristine rivers and lakes of all sizes, supporting a spectacular diversity of wildlife and sustaining the many First Nations of Northern B.C. and Yukon who have called this place home for generations upon generations. It represents an immense opportunity to safeguard habitat in a national park reserve that might be the only place in the world where the wildlife it sustains can continue to exist in a rapidly changing climate.
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