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Jan 12, 2023
Federal government announced funding at convention in Montreal
The Kivalliq Wildlife Board has secured $870,340 over three years to study the impact of climate change on access to food.
The funding was announced at the 15th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity in Montreal on Dec. 9.
The wildlife board has developed a community-based monitoring program to explore links between the climate and various local sources of food, according to a news release from the federal government.
The program will include areas of concern identified by people who live in Rankin Inlet.
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