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"I BELIEVE in connected landscapes; so connected that my children can walk from one point to another."
Chris Bunting, Y2Y Supporter since 2007

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Ranchers and conservationists support decision for clean water in the Castle

— Posted on Feb 10, 2017 08:10 AM in: Media Releases
Ranchers and conservationists support decision for clean water in the Castle

Landowners and ranchers and other southern Alberta water users, along with CPAWS and Y2Y are voicing their support for clean water and healthy land in south-western Alberta’s Castle Parks.

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Bison return to Banff National Park’s backcountry after a 140 year absence

— Posted on Feb 06, 2017 10:08 AM in: Media Releases
Bison return to Banff National Park’s backcountry after a 140 year absence

Bison Belong and Y2Y celebrate Parks Canada historic announcement of the return of 16 wild plains bison to Banff National Park’s backcountry.

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B.C. caribou recovery funding announcement welcomed by Y2Y

— Posted on Feb 01, 2017 02:03 PM in: Media Releases
B.C. caribou recovery funding announcement welcomed by Y2Y

Today Y2Y applauds an announcement from the B.C. government to spend $27-million on a comprehensive caribou recovery program in the province.

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Flathead Wild Coalition calls for halt to new mines in Canada's Southern Rockies

— Posted on Jan 30, 2017 02:31 PM in: Media Releases
Flathead Wild Coalition calls for halt to new mines in Canada's Southern Rockies

The cross-border environmental coalition renews their call for a halt to new coal mines in B.C.’s Elk River Valley.

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Castle protection edges Alberta closer to international conservation milestone

— Posted on Jan 20, 2017 10:32 AM in: Media Releases
Castle protection edges Alberta closer to international conservation milestone

Setting the boundaries of the expanded Castle Wildland Provincial Park and the new Castle Provincial Park in southwestern Alberta bring one of the most biologically diverse areas in the province under provincial protection.

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