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Canada invokes previously unused section of Species at Risk Act to protect mountain caribou in B.C.’s Peace Region
Y2Y calls for aggressive habitat protection and restoration measures
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Site C Dam and the Peace River
In this feature story, Y2Y’s Tim Burkhart describes the ecological importance of the Peace River Valley and the urgent threats to it from the Site C dam.
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Y2Y staffers and scientists have been working to help discover new species in the Canadian Rockies. | CBC Quirks & Quarks, Oct. 19, 2018
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New caribou agreement advances reconciliation and improves wildlife habitat
Y2Y congratulates and applauds West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations, the province of British Columbia and Environment and Climate Change Canada in negotiating an agreement to protect and recover caribou in Treaty 8 traditional territory.
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Landmark agreement provides hope for northern herds, but questions remain for southern mountain caribou. | The Narwhal, Mar. 21, 2019
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Y2Y's Tim Burkhart comments on the B.C. draft agreement plans announced for caribou. | Rocky Mountain Goat, Apr. 9, 2019
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Write-up by Y2Y's Tim Burkhart on B.C.'s Peace-Boudreau region, and how its unique ecosystems are imminently threatened by the Site C dam.
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The Prince George Citizen features Y2Y's very own Tim Burkhart, whose 'dream job' is working hard to protect British Columbia's Peace River region from excessive development.
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Y2Y's Peace River Break co-ordinator Tim Burkhart tells the story of the first - and last - caribou he saw in the wild. | British Columbia Magazine, March 2017
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B.C. caribou recovery funding announcement welcomed by Y2Y
Today Y2Y applauds an announcement from the B.C. government to spend $27-million on a comprehensive caribou recovery program in the province.
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