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'Mountain island' of rich flora and fauna in B.C.'s north worth protecting, says report
Y2Y supports a community initiative to protect the especially delicate and extraordinary ecosystem at B.C.'s Pink Mountain within an ecological reserve.
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British Columbians overwhelmingly want BC Hydro’s Site C dam sent for an independent review and support pausing construction on the $8.8 billion project while alternatives are investigated, according to a new poll.
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Landmark agreement provides hope for northern herds, but questions remain for southern mountain caribou. | The Narwhal, Mar. 21, 2019
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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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Y2Y's Candace Batycki comments on news that the B.C. government is set to extend consultations on a draft agreement to protect Peace region caribou for up to two years. | The Narwhal, June 20, 2019
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Tim Burkhart discusses the news that B.C.’s government has reached two draft agreements with the aim of protecting the province’s dwindling caribou population. | Global News, Mar. 21, 2019
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Canada invokes previously unused section of Species at Risk Act to protect mountain caribou in B.C.’s Peace Region
Y2Y calls for aggressive habitat protection and restoration measures
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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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An agreement between B.C., Ottawa, the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations is one of two caribou agreements announced Thursday. | Canadian Press, Mar. 21, 2019
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Wood Buffalo National Park was named to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983 because of its outstanding natural significance. Now, some advocacy groups, including Y2Y, say that status could be at risk.
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