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Canmore Town Council rejects wildlife corridor development proposal
Y2Y praises unanimous decision by the Town of Canmore council on May 2 to reject major new development in the Three Sisters wildlife corridor.
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Delay in Three Sisters development process opens door for better planning for wildlife
Town postponement will provide the Province an opportunity to better plan for wildlife movement in the Bow Valley, says Y2Y.
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Hold on development proposal good news for Bow Valley wildlife
Y2Y and Canmore residents welcome the prioritization of wildlife connectivity and community needs in the Bow Valley.
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Town of Canmore council puts the brakes on a contentious development proposal in the Three Sisters wildlife corridor. | CBC Calgary, May 3, 2017
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Changes to a proposed development slated for the Three Sisters Lands has been rejected by Canmore town council. | 630 CHED, May 3, 2017
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A contentious change to a proposed mountain development was unanimously rejected by Canmore town council on Tuesday. | Calgary Herald, May 4, 2017
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“It’s been a year of incredible highs but there is much more work to be done, ” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault.
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Conservation groups issue call to action to protect Kananaskis watershed
Local conservation groups are raising the alarm ahead of Saturday’s planned start of clear-cutting in Kananaskis Country.
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It's time to protect Alberta's Castle
On January 20, the Alberta Government announced a management plan for the new Castle Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park in Southern Alberta, a plan Y2Y welcomed.
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Restoration Plan Positive Step, But Likely Too Little Too Late for Little Smoky Caribou
A plan to restore caribou habitat is a promising first step towards the development of a restoration economy in Alberta, says Y2Y.
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