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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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Valhalla Wilderness Society works in the Canadian Selkirks of the Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor, protecting endangered Western toads as they migrate to and from breeding areas across busy roads.
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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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Dr. Aerin Jacob discusses why animals need landscapes at large scales. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 4, 2017
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"The job for conservation biologists is to figure out what are the most important places to connect and protect," says Y2Y's Jodi Hilty.
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Land purchase eases bottleneck for grizzly movement in Kootenai Valley
Today, The Vital Ground Foundation and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) celebrate a critical conservation effort for grizzly bears and other wildlife in Montana’s northwest corner.
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Canmore community rallies for wildlife
Find out the role you play in helping connect key wildlife populations.
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Permeable Fences
Ten steps to making your own wildlife-friendly fence.
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Play in Nature and Keep Wildlife Wild
Top seven tips from Y2Y partners.
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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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