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Statement: Environmental groups call on feds to step up B.C. caribou protections
Y2Y and other conservation groups send a letter urging Canada's Environment Minister to implement protections for Southern Mountain caribou in British Columbia.
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Federal investment in Canadian conservation cause for celebration
Canada’s announcement of $1.3 billion in federal funding for conservation is cause for celebration according to Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.
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Conservation organizations in Canada celebrate federally earmarked dollars for the environment in Budget 2018. | DeSmog Canada, Feb. 28, 2018
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Alberta grants globally significant protection to boreal forest
Y2Y celebrates the announcement of new protection for 1.36 million hectares of parkland in northeast Alberta creating the largest stretch of protected boreal forest on the planet.
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Canada still failing Wood Buffalo National Park a year after UN report
According to a coalition of Indigenous and environmental groups Canada continues to fall short on protection.
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Canada's dedication to our natural heritage to be celebrated
Y2Y applauds today’s Target 1 report release and says this signals a significant advancement in addressing the loss of Canada’s wildlife heritage and wildlands. 
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Minister McKenna's Message at Hands Across Borders International Workshop
Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change offers a welcome message, placing the International Peace Park in the context of Y2Y.
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Discovery prompts Y2Y and others, including artist Robert Bateman, to renew call for government action on caribou crisis
Ottawa holds the key to southern mountain caribou survival: an emergency protection order issuable under the Species at Risk Act, should B.C. continue to stall on recovery actions.
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