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The Energy 202: Sens. Cantwell and Murkowski generally get along. But Caribou have gotten in the way.

A caribou crosses the Arctic tundra along the Dalton Highway near Sagwon, Alaska, (JIM LO SCALZO/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock) In a starkly partisan Congress, Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) have ...

Tired of waiting on government, Indigenous groups to protect Quebec caribou on their own Caribou

With caribou populations in Quebec in steep decline, seven Inuit and First Nations groups have signed a "historic" cooperative wildlife management plan to try to protect and preserve the two ...

Companies to Canada: It’s Time to Act on Boreal Caribou

Two weeks after individual Canadian provinces and territories failed to submit range plans for the threatened boreal caribou, eight major companies have called on the provinces and the federal government ...

Nunavik Inuit, neighbouring Indigenous groups sign deal on caribou Caribou

Seven Indigenous groups from Quebec and Newfoundland-Labrador have signed a conservation agreement to help protect the two main caribou herds living in the Ungava peninsula and prioritize Indigenous harvesting. The ...

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Snaith was born in London, Ontario and grew up in Dundas, Ontario. Snaith attended Parkside Secondary School and later studied mathematics at the University of Toronto and later at Imperial College London. He is the son of Victor Snaith, a mathematics professor at the University of Sheffield, and the brother of Nina Snaith, a reader in mathematics at the University of Bristol.

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Snaith was born in London, Ontario and grew up in Dundas, Ontario. Snaith attended Parkside Secondary School and later studied mathematics at the University of Toronto and later at Imperial College London. He is the son of Victor Snaith, a mathematics professor at the University of Sheffield, and the brother of Nina Snaith, a reader in mathematics at the University of Bristol.