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The Supreme Court of Canada has granted declaration of aboriginal title to more than 1,700 square kilometres of land in British Columbia to the Tsilhqot'in First Nation, the first time the court has made such a ruling regarding aboriginal land.
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This week's ruling by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service extends protections to the larger population of southern caribou. Y2Y's program director for B.C. and Yukon, Candace Batycki, comments on the changes and what that means for Canada. | The Spokesman-Review, Oct. 2, 2019
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Y2Y comments on an announcement from UCP government plans to scrap a proposal by the NDP to protect 4,000 square kilometres of land – Bighorn Country in the eastern slopes. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 9, 2019
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Under New Leadership: Alberta's Headwaters
Highline Magazine just posted a story about Y2Y's Alberta Headwaters project, and how a new government may change the game for land-use planning in Alberta's watersheds.
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The report recommends a new management plan for the Flathead River Valley that “gives priority to natural ecological values and wildlife conservation.”
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Upper Bow Basin Cumulative Effects Study
New study offers promise for improved water quality and quantity and fewer floods in the Bow River watershed.
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Y2Y comments on the Western Governors' Association's decision to pass a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors. | Missoula Current, June 14, 2019
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Wildlife Watchers
Hells Canyon Preservation Council guest blog, by HCPC restoration director Brian Kelly.
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