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From August 1-30, the Peel Watershed Portrait Exhibit will be showing at the Yukon Arts Centre.
After the Supreme Court victory and a celebration in Whitehorse, we're preparing for the final rounds of consultation on the Peel Watershed Land Use Plan.
On the evening of Friday February 2, 2018, we will be gathering in Whitehorse to celebrate the Peel Watershed's victory at the Supreme Court of Canada.
The latest news stories on the Peel Watershed in response to the Supreme Court of Canada decision on Dec. 1, 2017.
Read our press release in English and French, plus a direct link to the full ruling.
Landmark Supreme Court decision on threatened Yukon wilderness and modern treaties to be released Friday
The day we've been waiting for has arrived... we will hear the Supreme Court of Canada judgement on the Peel Watershed case this Friday, Dec. 1.
After its March debut at the SAW Gallery in Ottawa, the show has hit home soil and is making its tour of the communities involved in its creation. Click here for the most recent listing of tour dates.
A photo essay capturing important moments from the long campaign to Protect the Peel
Today, on World Water Day, the Supreme Court of Canada heard from First Nations and conservation groups fighting to ensure the protection of one of the largest intact ecosystems in North America, the Peel Watershed in northeastern Yukon.
Media advisory for Supreme Court case and events in Ottawa
The latest news stories on the Peel Watershed as we approach the Supreme Court case.
A new Yukon Government was elected in November 2016. How does this affect the legal case? Read these FAQs.
The Peel case will be heard at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa on March 22, 2017. Click for a full listing of events in the Yukon and Ottawa.
Three years ago to this day, legal action was launched as YCS and CPAWS Yukon joined forces with the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun and the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in to take the government to court over its betrayal of the land use planning process and its plans to develop this unspoiled watershed ecosystem steeped in cultural history.