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“We’ve heard a lot of talk about headwaters conservation” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault. “What we haven’t seen yet, with the exception of the Castle announcement … is anything in terms of new policy direction on headwaters conservation.”
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“The management process should result in a fully protected Castle,” says Y2Y's Stephen Legault.
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Calgary and area citizens support protection of Kananaskis forests
A new poll commissioned by Y2Y shows a very high level of support for protection of public land in Alberta's K-Country, and strong opposition to proposed logging there.
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Y2Y Receives a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant
Y2Y and Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley are selected in Alberta and the Territories to receive a 2015 RBC Blue Water Grant.
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In this op-ed in the Calgary Herald, Y2Y's Wendy Francis and Stephen Legault, CPAWS' Katie Morrison, and former Banff National Park Superintendent Kevin Van Tighem make the case for restoring critical forest landscapes in Alberta’s headwaters.
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Show Your Support for Castle Special Place
Alberta's new government made an election pledge to protect the Castle Special Place. Let's encourage them to make good on their promise!
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Pledge to protect Alberta's Bighorn
You can help protect this sensitive area between Jasper and Banff national parks now.
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Y2Y Receives RBC Grant to Help Protect Alberta's Bighorn Wildland
“This contribution from RBC will help Y2Y protect and restore these critically important headwater forests,” says Stephen Legault, Y2Y’s Program Director for Alberta.
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Alberta conservationists applaud Bighorn Wildland Park designation
Y2Y and CPAWS Northern and Southern Alberta chapters along with Paddle Alberta celebrate the announcement that the Government of Alberta intends to create a new park system that includes a large wildland provincial park.
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Alberta’s Bighorn Wildland Park designation in the news
Various articles highlighting the Alberta government’s announced investment into Bighorn Country were published Nov. 23, 2018 and updated into Nov. 25, 2018.
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