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Thomas Berger Defends the Peel Watershed
Respected lawyer argued that the detailed land-use planning process legislated through Yukon land claims agreements was not followed by government.
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Not Quite What the Conservationists Ordered
Southern Alberta's final land-use plan, which will guide planning for the next 50 years, was a disappointment for Y2Y and other conservation groups.
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Thomas Berger is headed north again, this time to argue for greater protection for the Peel River watershed.
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The Supreme Court of Canada has granted declaration of aboriginal title to more than 1,700 square kilometres of land in British Columbia to the Tsilhqot'in First Nation, the first time the court has made such a ruling regarding aboriginal land.
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Upper Bow Basin Cumulative Effects Study
New study offers promise for improved water quality and quantity and fewer floods in the Bow River watershed.
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Grizzly Deaths in 2013 More Bad News for Alberta’s Bears
A decade after the official listing of the grizzly bear as Threatened in Alberta, bears are still dying in near-record numbers in the province.
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Educating Decision Makers in Washington, D.C.
In collaboration with Wildlands Network and Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Y2Y engages Susan A. Holmes as our new U.S. connectivity policy coordinator.
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