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After a collapse in 2016, Alberta's Bow Valley wolf pack could see a resurgence this year. | CBC Calgary, Apr. 21, 2018
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Canada needs to get its act together and pony up big bucks for wildland conservation if it’s going to reach its international commitments, says a federally commissioned report. | Canadian Press, June 15, 2018
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Wendy Francis, Y2Y's Program Director, interviewed by CBC's As It Happens about Parks Canada's recent change in guidelines allowing for an expansion of the Mount Norquay ski area.
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Creating connections for wildlife matters
We can all work together to save the lives of people and wildlife our roadways.
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Following a busy summer in Alberta's Bow Valley, wildlife experts ponder what measures will keep both bears and humans safe. | Avenue Calgary, April 2018
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Y2Y's Hilary Young says she has mixed feelings about the 2026 Olympic bid. | Globe and Mail, Nov. 16, 2018
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Y2Y among the Alberta wildlife and conservation groups raising concerns about the possibility of passenger rail between Calgary and Banff, saying it may pose a danger to animals in the area. | The Star Calgary, Mar. 4, 2019
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Jodi Hilty discusses how wildlife don’t recognize boundaries, and radio collars provide no protection against traplines. CBC News, Mar. 7, 2019
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This is the first time the provincial NDP government is in the driving seat of a land-use planning process.
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Y2Y suggests interim changes to speed limits on a section of the Trans-Canada Highway near Banff National Park following a number of wildlife-vehicle collisions there. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Mar. 21, 2019
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