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The British Columbia government has added a month to its consultations on caribou conservation because of community concerns over logging, backcountry access and talks with First Nations. | Globe and Mail, Apr. 15, 2019
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Conservationists Call Foul on Site C Logging
Y2Y is calling foul on BC Hydro’s plans to log the Peace River Valley above the Site C dam site, including an area that has been recommended for Provincial Park status.
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Y2Y among the groups speaking out on the BCUC Site C report. | Alaska Highway News, Nov. 1, 2017
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First Nations take Site C fight to the United Nations
First Nations from the Peace River Valley are asking the United Nations’ top anti-racism body to help defend their Treaty rights from the impact of the Site C dam.
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Caribou spotted in Montana a ray of hope, say conservationists
Recent confirmed sightings of mountain caribou in northwest Montana near the border with British Columbia are cause for hope, says staff at Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.
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Is it possible that the South Selkirk herd has more than just two surviving members? And this: Is it possible, albeit unlikely, that part of the herd moved to a new location? | Global B.C., Nov. 10, 2018
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Landmark Supreme Court decision means protection for Peel Watershed
Y2Y congratulates Yukon First Nations and environmental groups on their landmark victory at the Supreme Court of Canada.
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"Today Y2Y is known as one of the most successful collaborative large-landscape visions in the world," says Y2Y's Candace Batycki. "This is largely because the core of their vision is coexistence."
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Promise for the Peel
Recently a historic change occurred in Canada’s Yukon Territory, one that promises to protect one of North America’s most ecologically important and pristine landscapes, the Peel Watershed.
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Open Letter to Canadian and B.C. government on section 11 caribou agreement
Read a letter from five environmental organizations, including Y2Y, on B.C.'s section 11 agreement for mountain caribou recovery in the province.
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