Door open to beluga zone in Beaufort
Canadian government establishing marine protected area in Canadian Beaufort at mouth of Mackenzie River
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government is establishing the first marine protected area of its kind in the Canadian Arctic as a sanctuary for beluga whales to feed, socialize and raise their young in summer.
But offshore oil and natural gas exploration and development has not been ruled out on the fringes of the zo....
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