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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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Celebrating big news for Canadian conservation
Y2Y celebrates $1.3 billion committed to conservation in the 2018 Canadian federal budget.
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Y2Y comments on the Western Governors' Association's decision to pass a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors. | Missoula Current, June 14, 2019
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Y2Y and other conservation groups, including Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS and the Sierra Club of Canada, urged the Alberta Government to put a moratorium on new road construction to save the endangered grizzly bear.
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Protect the Peel Watershed
The Yukon's Peel Watershed is home to the greatest constellation of wild mountain rivers in North America.
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Conservationists say there's a part of the Flathead valley landscape, sitting in the southeast corner of B.C., which fits into an important ecological map.
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On October 4, 2011, the BC government introduced the "Flathead Watershed Area Conservation Act" that prohibits the exploration and development of mining, oil and gas and coal in the Flathead Valley.
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Telephone Town Hall: Success in the Castle Watershed
Y2Y's Stephen Legault explores the 40-year campaign to protect Alberta's Castle Watershed, and describes what made it so successful.
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Conservationists and recreationists celebrate land-use plans in Southern Alberta
Y2Y celebrates the announcement of a Public Land Use Zone in the Livingstone Range and Porcupine Hills, southwest of Calgary between Kananaskis and the Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks.
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Wildlife Watchers
Hells Canyon Preservation Council guest blog, by HCPC restoration director Brian Kelly.
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