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Chris Bunting, Y2Y Supporter since 2007

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Interior Department Cancels Remaining Oil and Gas Leases in Badger-Two Medicine Area

— Posted on Jan 11, 2017 01:41 PM in: General News
Interior Department Cancels Remaining Oil and Gas Leases in Badger-Two Medicine Area

“The Badger-Two Medicine carries sacred significance. Today’s decision guarantees the preservation of this pristine region for generations to come."

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Kootenay Conservation Program Faces and Places: Candace Batycki Profile

— Posted on Jan 06, 2017 09:01 AM in: General News
Kootenay Conservation Program Faces and Places: Candace Batycki Profile

Spend a few minutes getting to know Candace Batycki and her work as Y2Y's program director for British Columbia and Yukon.

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Canada’s $7 Billion Dam Tests the Limits of State Power

— Posted on Dec 12, 2016 09:24 AM in: General News
 Canada’s $7 Billion Dam Tests the Limits of State Power

Rugged, remote and prized for its rare microclimate, the Peace River Valley in northeastern British Columbia is an agricultural oasis in northern Canada. Alfalfa, watermelon and barley fields sprawl across a landscape flecked by caribou tracks and seasonal trappers’ huts, which reflect the role indigenous peoples have played in this fertile land for more than 10,000 years. But little of this abundance will be around much longer.

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Sen. Risch Introduces Community-backed Wilderness Bill for Scotchman Peaks in North Idaho

— Posted on Dec 09, 2016 10:06 AM in: General News
Sen. Risch Introduces Community-backed Wilderness Bill for Scotchman Peaks in North Idaho

U.S. Sen. Jim Risch introduced a bill Thursday to protect 13,900 acres in north Idaho as wilderness.

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70% of British Columbians Support Pausing Site C Dam Construction, New Poll Finds

— Posted on Nov 23, 2016 07:59 AM in: General News
70% of British Columbians Support Pausing Site C Dam Construction, New Poll Finds

British Columbians overwhelmingly want BC Hydro’s Site C dam sent for an independent review and support pausing construction on the $8.8 billion project while alternatives are investigated, according to a new poll.

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