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Celebrating big news for Canadian conservation
Y2Y celebrates $1.3 billion committed to conservation in the 2018 Canadian federal budget.
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Changes to Park Act paves way for industry in BC Parks
Park Amendment Act could allow poorly-­defined industrial “research” to be conducted within B.C.'s provincial parks.
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Conservationists and recreationists celebrate land-use plans in Southern Alberta
Y2Y celebrates the announcement of a Public Land Use Zone in the Livingstone Range and Porcupine Hills, southwest of Calgary between Kananaskis and the Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks.
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Conservationists Celebrate Expanded Protection for the Castle
With Alberta announcing full protection of the Castle region, it makes it even more clear that protecting the "missing piece" of Waterton-Glacier should be a priority.
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Conservationists say there's a part of the Flathead valley landscape, sitting in the southeast corner of B.C., which fits into an important ecological map.
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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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Fight For Your Parks
Development in national parks like Banff and Jasper has always been an issue, but have we finally reached the tipped point?
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The final South Saskatchewan Regional Plan has added more area in the Castle region to be protected, but critics say it is not enough to ensure the critical landscape of that area is preserved in its entirety.
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Going For Gold on Southern Alberta's Land Use Plan
With a February 28 deadline for comments on the South Saskatchewan Plan, it's time to leave it all out on the political rink and keep putting on the pressure.
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Y2Y and other conservation groups, including Alberta Wilderness Association, CPAWS and the Sierra Club of Canada, urged the Alberta Government to put a moratorium on new road construction to save the endangered grizzly bear.
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