Passages from the Peace: Community Reflections on Changing BC's Peace Region cover

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This report is presented from the perspective of First Nations and non-aboriginal people living in Northeastern B.C. who speak to the impact industrial development has had on their lives and the wellbeing of their communities. The Peace region has seen the intensification of converging industrial operations such as logging, mining, oil and gas development and hydro. Over two-thirds of the region is what Dane-zaa elder May Apsassin calls "broken" country for communities and the wildlife they rely on, including threated species such as caribou and grizzly.