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Site C Dam What: Hot Projects

Site C Dam

Y2Y is working with partner organizations to stop the $8.75-billion Site C dam on British Columbia’s Peace River.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

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

Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative What: Hot Projects

Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative

A trans-border network working to recover grizzly bear populations in the vital Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor.

U.S. Department of Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Leases Media Releases

U.S. Department of Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Leases

Y2Y is praising US Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell's announcement to cancel 15 leases in Montana's sacred Badger-Two Medicine region.

Historic Election in the Yukon Territory a Game-Changer for Yukon Wildlands General News

Historic Election in the Yukon Territory a Game-Changer for Yukon Wildlands

The new Yukon government vows to protect much of the pristine Peel River Watershed.

How Highways Are Hurting the Wolverine's Genetic Diversity Y2Y in the News

How Highways Are Hurting the Wolverine's Genetic Diversity

After being eradicated from the U.S. Rockies, wolverines recolonized the area over the last half century. Now, they might be in trouble again.

Edmonton & Clearwater County Residents Love their Headwaters Media Releases

Edmonton & Clearwater County Residents Love their Headwaters

A new poll by Y2Y highlights the strong relationship Alberta residents have with their headwaters.

The Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative - A Trans-border Conservation Network Y2Y in the News

The Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative - A Trans-border Conservation Network

In this recent webinar, Y2Y's Kim Trotter, Candace Batycki, and Lacy Robinson discussed the history and direction of the Collaborative.

Wild Ways: Corridors of Life Updates from the Field

Wild Ways: Corridors of Life

Directed by filmmaker James Brundige, Wild Ways puts a spotlight on Y2Y and other conservation groups working to re-assemble a fragmented planet.