In January, Ontario’s ministry of natural resources and the Michipicoten First Nation teamed up to capture nine caribous on Michipicoten and transfer them to the Slate Islands. But the Slate Islands are close to the mainland, within the reach of wolves so last week, the First Nation called for another mission to bring extra caribou to the more remote, and properly named Caribou Island as a backup. Read the full story by the National Post.
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