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Hilary Young discusses the Three Sisters wildlife corridor proposals with Danielle Smith. | Newstalk770, May 4, 2017
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Hold on development proposal good news for Bow Valley wildlife
Y2Y and Canmore residents welcome the prioritization of wildlife connectivity and community needs in the Bow Valley.
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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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Canmore's Three Sisters Corridor
Y2Y leads the public opposition to the Three Sisters Mountain Village development.
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Karsten Heuer speaks to Alberta Primetime as Canmore Council decides whether to approve the wildlife corridor connecting the east end of the Three Sisters’ property to Wind Valley.
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Wildlife Connectivity at Stake in Dispute Over Dead Man’s Flats Development
Y2Y will be closely watching an appeal made by the Town of Canmore, in which the Town is contesting a development proposal in the community of Dead Man’s Flats.
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Y2Y's President and Chief Scientist Jodi Hilty is worried about the long-term impacts if animals are unable to migrate.
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Karsten Heuer: A Life Shaped by the Y2Y Vision
An in-depth interview with Karsten Heuer, biologist, author and Y2Y strategic advisor, on what inspired his journeys and where they’ve brought him today.
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Harvey Locke, one of the founders of Y2Y, says the film does a brilliant job at explaining the issue of safe highway crossings for wildlife to the general public.
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Island Park Safe Wildlife Passage Initiative Launches with Screening of Wild Ways at Harriman State Park
The Henry’s Fork Legacy Project invites you to a screening of the film Wild Ways: Corridors of Life on Saturday, July 2nd.
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