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A petition, drafted by Y2Y, is circulating to improve the safe travel of animals in the Bow Valley by asking lawmakers to support the construction of a new overpass near Lac Des Arcs.
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Wildlife Connectivity at Stake in Dispute Over Dead Man’s Flats Development
Y2Y will be closely watching an appeal made by the Town of Canmore, in which the Town is contesting a development proposal in the community of Dead Man’s Flats.
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Y2Y's President and Chief Scientist Jodi Hilty is worried about the long-term impacts if animals are unable to migrate.
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Groups Call for Stronger Measures to Protect Bears
Y2Y and CPAWS are calling on the government to step up its efforts to protect bears and other wildlife.
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Science points to a need for wider wildlife corridors in Bow Valley proposal
Y2Y is challenging the Province of Alberta and the Town of Canmore to accept a scientifically defensible wildlife corridor when making decisions on development in the Bow Valley.
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Keeping Wildlife in Alberta’s Bow Valley
As builders push Canmore's Three Sisters Mountain Village development, conservationists and scientists urge planners to balance the needs of people and wildlife.
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Alberta Transportation is looking at a new overpass to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions on the busy Trans-Canada Highway between Calgary and Canmore. | Canadian Press, Feb. 4, 2018
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The province of Alberta appears to be moving ahead with plans to build a new wildlife overpass along the Trans-Canada Highway just east of Canmore. | Global News Calgary, Feb. 5, 2018
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