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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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The province now controls a parcel of land adjacent to the G8 Legacy wildlife underpass near Dead Man's Flats, in addition to 3.4 hectares of wildlife habitat directly adjacent to the Bow River, considered to be a vital piece of conservation land. The MD, meanwhile, received 23 hectares of land east of Exshaw, AB for potential business development opportunities. Y2Y's Alberta program manager, Adam Linnard, comments. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Oct. 3, 2019
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Interning for nature
The past few summers, Y2Y has been fortunate to have talented and driven individuals join the team and help further our mission. Ever wondered what it’s like to intern at Y2Y? Read the article to hear our summer 2019 interns reflect on what their experience was like.
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Creating connections for wildlife matters
We can all work together to save the lives of people and wildlife our roadways.
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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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Y2Y among the Alberta wildlife and conservation groups raising concerns about the possibility of passenger rail between Calgary and Banff, saying it may pose a danger to animals in the area. | The Star Calgary, Mar. 4, 2019
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Y2Y and others react following Calgary's decision to not proceed with a 2026 Olympic bid. | Canadian Press, Nov. 14, 2018
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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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Proponents say too many animals die each year overpass doesn't get built. | CBC Calgary, Sept. 23, 2018
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Announcement was met with relief from environmental groups like Canmore-based Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, Sept. 13, 2018
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