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The province has dollars to hire a consultant to do the design and cost benefit analysis of a crossing between Highway 1X and Lac Des Arcs. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Apr. 5, 2018
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The community of Canmore gathers to discuss development in the Bow Valley in a meeting convened by Y2Y. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Mar. 30, 2017
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Keeping Wildlife in Alberta’s Bow Valley
As builders push Canmore's Three Sisters Mountain Village development, conservationists and scientists urge planners to balance the needs of people and wildlife.
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Alberta Transportation is looking at a new overpass to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions on the busy Trans-Canada Highway between Calgary and Canmore. | Canadian Press, Feb. 4, 2018
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The province of Alberta appears to be moving ahead with plans to build a new wildlife overpass along the Trans-Canada Highway just east of Canmore. | Global News Calgary, Feb. 5, 2018
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Y2Y says now is the time to urge the Alberta government to invest in green infrastructure in the 2018 provincial budget. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Mar. 15, 2018
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Y2Y's Alberta program co-ordinator discusses the Three Sisters wildlife corridor on a Canmore radio station. | Mountain FM, Mar. 21, 2017
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Conservationists, including Y2Y, ask the International Olympic Committee to remember Alberta's Provincial Parks are homes to wildlife. | 660 News, Nov. 7, 2018
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Decisions related to the future development of remaining Three Sisters Mountain Village properties as well as changes to resort centre plans will be made together by Canmore council after officials announced this week both application processes will happen simultaneously.
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Keeping Canmore's Wildlife Moving
Y2Y consider a wildlife corridor in its own backyard that has continental consequences.
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