Videos of the Peel
Protect the Peel Goes to Ottawa
A short film produced by Whitehorse filmmaker Marty O'Brien and narrated by Dana Tizya-Tramm of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.
Headwaters of the Wild
National Geographic filmmaker Andy Maser’s film created in partnership with CPAWS Yukon during the International League of Conservation Photographers expedition into the Peel Watershed in the summer of 2014
Precious Peel: David Suzuki explores the Peel Watershed
David Suzuki travels on the watershed's Hart river and reflect on the significance of this wilderness.
Water Ceremony for the Peel
A film by Marty O'Brien, produced on behalf of the First Nations and conservation groups during the Yukon Court of Appeal hearing
Land use planning in the Peel
First Nations citizens share their thoughts on the land use planning process for the Peel and the government's betrayal
Stand up for the Porcupine Caribou
A short video about the longest land mammal migration in the world, that taken by the Porcupine Caribou from their wintering grounds in the Peel to their calving grounds in the Alaskan coastal plains