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Healing the Break What: Hot Projects

Healing the Break

B.C.’s Peace River Break is the narrowest point in Yellowstone to Yukon and is a key linkage area for wildlife between two large protected areas.

U.S. Route 20 What: Hot Projects

U.S. Route 20

Protecting wildlife and people along this busy stretch of highway in Idaho near Yellowstone is key.

Alberta Headwaters Alberta Headwaters

Alberta Headwaters

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

Landmark Supreme Court decision means protection for Peel Watershed  Media Releases

Landmark Supreme Court decision means protection for Peel Watershed

Y2Y congratulates Yukon First Nations and environmental groups on their landmark victory at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Wolves could bounce back in the Bow Valley in 2018, says Parks Canada Y2Y in the News

Wolves could bounce back in the Bow Valley in 2018, says Parks Canada

Parks Canada and local conservation groups are hoping a new wolf pack will begin to establish itself in the Bow Valley in and around Banff National ... » Read more

Canmore struggles with future development, human wildlife coexistence in 2017 Y2Y in the News

Canmore struggles with future development, human wildlife coexistence in 2017

Bow Valley development a hot topic for Y2Y and others during 2017. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Dec. 28, 2017

Wood Buffalo receives worst conservation outlook for World Heritage Sites in Canada Media Releases

Wood Buffalo receives worst conservation outlook for World Heritage Sites in Canada

Indigenous communities and conservation groups call for Canada to take appropriate action on this national park.

Underpass usage up for bears and wolves Y2Y in the News

Underpass usage up for bears and wolves

Y2Y's Stephen Legault points to a greater need to further protect wildlife in the region. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Nov. 23, 2017