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120,000 Canadians stand with the Peace River
Citizens’ groups, human rights organizations and environmental movements are asking British Columbia Members of Parliament to take a message to Ottawa.
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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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Hilary Young discusses the Three Sisters wildlife corridor proposals with Danielle Smith. | Newstalk770, May 4, 2017
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Ottawa orders B.C. to act to save threatened caribou
Conservationists warned this spring that some of these caribou populations have declined to the point where they are, effectively, extinct. | Globe and Mail, May 6, 2018
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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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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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Going For Gold on Southern Alberta's Land Use Plan
With a February 28 deadline for comments on the South Saskatchewan Plan, it's time to leave it all out on the political rink and keep putting on the pressure.
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Protecting the Bighorn in Alberta’s Headwaters
Y2Y's Sarah Cox writes that big changes could be coming to the Bighorn Wildland area under the North Saskatchewan Regional Plan.
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Wood Buffalo National Park was named to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983 because of its outstanding natural significance. Now, some advocacy groups, including Y2Y, say that status could be at risk.
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Preserve Our Watersheds: From Alberta Headwaters to the Ocean
New video from Y2Y and partners features the Bow River watershed, and the many land-use pressures it faces.
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