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Canmore Town Council rejects wildlife corridor development proposal
Y2Y praises unanimous decision by the Town of Canmore council on May 2 to reject major new development in the Three Sisters wildlife corridor.
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In a June 26 decision, Alberta Parks stated while the application had several positive aspects, the width of the proposed corridor at the eastern end of Smith Creek is “not satisfactory.” | Rocky Mountain Outlook, June 26, 2018
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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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Bow Valley development a hot topic for Y2Y and others during 2017. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Dec. 28, 2017
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Grizzly bear delisting in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Y2Y reiterates its position focused on connecting and protecting habitat throughout the Yellowstone to Yukon region so that both people and nature can thrive.
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Land purchase eases bottleneck for grizzly movement in Kootenai Valley
Today, The Vital Ground Foundation and Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) celebrate a critical conservation effort for grizzly bears and other wildlife in Montana’s northwest corner.
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One solution to combat fragmentation is to create natural corridors that link existing parks together. | CBC Quirks and Quarks, Nov. 7, 2017
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Canmore community rallies for wildlife
Find out the role you play in helping connect key wildlife populations.
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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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Alberta's Bow Valley is the busiest place in the world where people and grizzly bears still coexist. Living with Wildlife tells the story of how communities here have worked for more than 20 years to live alongside wildlife.
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