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In this recent webinar, Y2Y's Kim Trotter, Candace Batycki, and Lacy Robinson discussed the history and direction of the Collaborative.
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The Site C dam was never a good idea for British Columbia — not 60 years ago when it was first planned, and certainly not today. We need your voice to help stop it. | The Tyee, Oct. 2, 2017
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Powering ahead in B.C.
Seizing an opportunity to stop the destructive Site C dam in British Columbia.
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Explore the newly launched Site C website, Just the Dam Facts. Get information on economic, ecological and environmental impacts of this project.
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Loss of South Selkirk mountain caribou herd a wake-up call for B.C. and Canada
The south Selkirk caribou herd of B.C. and Idaho has dwindled to just three animals. Y2Y calls for an immediate moratorium on industrial activity in southern mountain caribou critical habitat.
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The southern mountain caribou is on the verge of disappearing from the American landscape — and that's a dire warning to Canada, scientists say. | CBC News B.C., Apr. 16, 2018
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B.C. caribou recovery funding announcement welcomed by Y2Y
Today Y2Y applauds an announcement from the B.C. government to spend $27-million on a comprehensive caribou recovery program in the province.
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Spend a few minutes getting to know Candace Batycki and her work as Y2Y's program director for British Columbia and Yukon.
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The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week. | Science, Jan. 17, 2019
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Wood Buffalo receives worst conservation outlook for World Heritage Sites in Canada
Indigenous communities and conservation groups call for Canada to take appropriate action on this national park.
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