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SSRP: Hitting Four Birds With One Stone
The South Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan (SSRP) has the potential to set Alberta in the right direction for the next 50 years. But will it?
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Wendy Francis, Y2Y's Program Director, interviewed by CBC's As It Happens about Parks Canada's recent change in guidelines allowing for an expansion of the Mount Norquay ski area.
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The Yukon government deleted numbers from its report on the most recent public consultation on the Peel watershed land use plan.
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The report recommends a new management plan for the Flathead River Valley that “gives priority to natural ecological values and wildlife conservation.”
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One Backyard: National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy releases a follow up report from its National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation in Washington, D.C., October 2014.
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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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An in-depth look at the legal battle over the Peel Watershed, the long-term effort by First Nations and Y2Y's Yukon partners to protect this extraordinary landscape.
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Cabinet-Purcell Collaborative - Bearing Fruit
Featuring a diverse mix of wild habitat and human settlement, the Cabinet-Purcell Mountain Corridor is integral to the Y2Y vision.
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Cutting Edge Science Faces Off With Climate Change
The Muskwa-Kechika Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Change Assessment.
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Keeping Muskwa-Kechika Wild
Y2Y’s new cutting-edge study gives land managers the science-based information to protect Canada’s wildest area in the face of budget cuts, development pressures and climate change.
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