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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.

Major Paper Released: For Nature, Gravel-bed Rivers Are Most Important Feature in Mountains of Y2Y Region Media Releases

Major Paper Released: For Nature, Gravel-bed Rivers Are Most Important Feature in Mountains of Y2Y Region

Gravel-bed river floodplains are some of the most ecologically important habitats in North America, according to a new study.

Groups Call for Stronger Measures to Protect Bears Media Releases

Groups Call for Stronger Measures to Protect Bears

Y2Y and CPAWS are calling on the government to step up its efforts to protect bears and other wildlife.

Y2Y Calling for Protection of Banff National Park Headwaters Y2Y in the News

Y2Y Calling for Protection of Banff National Park Headwaters

This is the first time the provincial NDP government is in the driving seat of a land-use planning process.

Could This Be the Most Dangerous Street in East Idaho? Y2Y in the News

Could This Be the Most Dangerous Street in East Idaho?

"For many of the local residents, hitting a large animal with a car on US 20 in Idaho is just an unfortunate part of life," says Y2Y's Kim Trotter.

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.

10 Things You Need to Know About Y2Y Y2Y in the News

10 Things You Need to Know About Y2Y

Y2Y is putting scientific knowledge to practical use by creating safe passages for wildlife.