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Proponents say too many animals die each year overpass doesn't get built. | CBC Calgary, Sept. 23, 2018
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What difference does 100 metres make? If you are a grizzly bear it could mean the difference between survival and potential human conflict.
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Y2Y suggests interim changes to speed limits on a section of the Trans-Canada Highway near Banff National Park following a number of wildlife-vehicle collisions there. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Mar. 21, 2019
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Alberta’s newest wildlife crossings a positive investment: Conservationists
Y2Y applauds the Alberta government’s decision to advance a wildlife overpass on Highway 1 east of Canmore and a wildlife underpass on Highway 3 east of Crowsnest Pass, each with wildlife fencing. This commitment puts the safety of wildlife and people on Alberta’s highways at the forefront, as well as wildlife habitat connectivity on a larger scale.
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Kananaskis logging tests government commitment to watershed protection
Logging planned in the Highwood Valley of Kananaskis Country puts Alberta’s commitment to watershed and wildlife protection to the test, says Y2Y.
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Science points to a need for wider wildlife corridors in Bow Valley proposal
Y2Y is challenging the Province of Alberta and the Town of Canmore to accept a scientifically defensible wildlife corridor when making decisions on development in the Bow Valley.
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Hoping to reduce the number of crashes between vehicles and animals along the Highway 1 in the Bow Valley, the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is asking the province to erect more fencing and other anti-collision measures.
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Bow Valley grizzly bear relocation highlights wildlife connectivity challenges
Bear 148’s relocation out of the Bow Valley this week highlights the challenging circumstances surrounding the survival of grizzly bears and other wide-ranging species in the mountain ecosystem, according to Y2Y.
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Statement of support for scientific assessment of Bow Valley wildlife corridor
Wildlife ecologists Adam Ford and Mark Hebblewhite have released a statement on development plans in Alberta's Bow Valley.
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Banff-Cochrane MLA Cam Westhead said the province has commissioned a planning study to investigate the possibility of an overpass east of Canmore. | Crag and Canyon, Apr. 4, 2018
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