RECOGNIZING that caribou herds regularly cross the international border between Canada and the United States of America and that caribou are a unique and irreplaceable natural resource of great value that every generation should preserve and use for future generations, the joint agreement announced Friday commits to creating self-sustaining herds across the province within a century. 46. The Parties shall inform the Chief ForestEr of the implementation of all regulatory measures and any other information relating to caribou recovery in the Pine, Quintette and Narraway LPUs. The new agreement states that restoring critical habitats requires a “landscape-level approach” and will take decades. . . .