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Regional land use frameworks are being created across the province to resolve conflicts over land, but are these plans creating a real process to ensure balance in land development? Y2Y's Wendy Francis discusses with Bev Yee, Land Use Secretariat.
Located in News / Y2Y in the News
Roads: Alberta's "Grizzly" Issue
Ever wonder how Alberta’s grizzly bears feel about the results of Alberta's recent provincial election? After all, their survival depends on future policies.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
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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Local residents and not-for-profit groups who have questions about the proposed Site C dam are disappointed in the low amount of funding available for public participation in the environmental assessment process that will take place over the next few years.
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The final South Saskatchewan Regional Plan has added more area in the Castle region to be protected, but critics say it is not enough to ensure the critical landscape of that area is preserved in its entirety.
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40 Mile Creek Runs Wild
For the first time in over half a century, Banff National Park’s 40 Mile Creek runs wild.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Adding to Our Tool Box
Policy is not a very inspiring word, yet it is critically important to the Yellowstone to Yukon vision.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Wendy Francis, program director for the Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) Conservation Initiative, said partial removal of the dam is a good news story and the risks are low compared to the long-term potential ecological benefits.
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“At a rate of mortality that we saw this year of 31 bears, we have to be concerned that we are heading in the wrong direction with the population as a whole,” said Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative program director Wendy Francis.
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