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Three Sisters Corridor Take Action

Three Sisters Corridor

Using the best science available, Y2Y aims to protect Bow Valley wildlife corridors and help maintain long-term viability for species that use them.

Protect the Peel What: Hot Projects

Protect the Peel

Working with partners, Y2Y aims to protect 80 per cent of the Peel Watershed and secure this critical core habitat.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

Y2Y is working to ensure greater protection for Alberta’s headwaters.

Canada risks embarrassment over mismanagement of Wood Buffalo National Park Y2Y in the News

Canada risks embarrassment over mismanagement of Wood Buffalo National Park

UNESCO report says Canada's largest World Heritage Site is under threat from unfettered oilsands development and hydro dams.

Developer holds open houses to collect input on Canmore wildlife corridor Y2Y in the News

Developer holds open houses to collect input on Canmore wildlife corridor

Y2Y's Hilary Young discusses a wildlife corridor being proposed for the Smith Creek area in Canmore.

Study opens door for Federal Government to order caribou habitat protection in B.C. Media Releases

Study opens door for Federal Government to order caribou habitat protection in B.C.

With the release of Canada-British Columbia Southern Mountain Caribou Protection Study, Y2Y agrees the province needs to do more to protect caribou.

Yukon's Peel Watershed case heads to Ottawa Take Action

Yukon's Peel Watershed case heads to Ottawa

On March 22, the Peel Watershed case will head to Canada's Supreme court. Stand with us as we support our partners in their journey.

Y2Y receives $100,000 grant from RBC Blue Water Project Media Releases

Y2Y receives $100,000 grant from RBC Blue Water Project

On World Water Day, RBC announced the recipients of the 2017 RBC Blue Water Project Leadership and Community Action Grants.

Harvey Locke interviewed in Canadian Geographic Y2Y in the News

Harvey Locke interviewed in Canadian Geographic

Y2Y founder Harvey Locke discusses the organization, the work that's been done and the future in this issue commemorating Canadian parks.