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Delay in Three Sisters development process opens door for better planning for wildlife
Town postponement will provide the Province an opportunity to better plan for wildlife movement in the Bow Valley, says Y2Y.
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The provincial government has rejected an Alberta builder’s proposal for protecting wildlife amid development of a Canmore, Alta., real estate project. | The Star Calgary, June 29, 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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Play in Nature and Keep Wildlife Wild
Top seven tips from Y2Y partners.
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Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Proposed Grizzly Bear Delisting
Y2Y will continue to be a strong advocate for grizzly bear conservation in Yellowstone and surrounding ecosystems, and throughout the entire Yellowstone to Yukon region.
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Addressing B.C.'s species an urgent matter, experts say
New report urges the provincial government to take new approach to endangered species law.
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Dead or Alive: Where Did the Animal (Try to) Cross the Road?
A new program, RoadWatchBC, is putting increased highway safety for both people and wildlife into the hands of anyone with a smartphone or a computer.
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Y2Y and Vital Ground Foundation celebrate the purchase of land near the confluence of the Kootenai and Yaak rivers in Montana that will help protect and connect grizzlies and other wildlife. | Montana Public Radio, Nov. 14, 2018
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With limited funds for conservation, researchers spar over which species to save — and which to let go. | Science, Sept. 6, 2018
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This week's ruling by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service extends protections to the larger population of southern caribou. Y2Y's program director for B.C. and Yukon, Candace Batycki, comments on the changes and what that means for Canada. | The Spokesman-Review, Oct. 2, 2019
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