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Powering ahead in B.C.
Seizing an opportunity to stop the destructive Site C dam in British Columbia.
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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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Y2Y among the groups speaking out on the BCUC Site C report. | Alaska Highway News, Nov. 1, 2017
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Massive hydroelectric generating station is a balancing act between jobs, energy production and environmental, cultural trade offs
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Stand with First Nations against B.C's destructive dam
Sign this petition against British Columbia's Site C dam.
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Statement: Environmental groups call on feds to step up B.C. caribou protections
Y2Y and other conservation groups send a letter urging Canada's Environment Minister to implement protections for Southern Mountain caribou in British Columbia.
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Supreme Court of Canada Will Hear Case on Yukon's Peel Watershed
“We congratulate our partners in the Yukon and look forward to continuing our support for their work to protect the world-class ecological and cultural values of the Peel watershed.," says Y2Y's Candace Batycki.
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Explore the newly launched Site C website, Just the Dam Facts. Get information on economic, ecological and environmental impacts of this project.
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In this recent webinar, Y2Y's Kim Trotter, Candace Batycki, and Lacy Robinson discussed the history and direction of the Collaborative.
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The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week. | Science, Jan. 17, 2019
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