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North Fork Bill Passed by U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. bill would mirror B.C.’s 2011 legislated ban on oil and gas development in the province’s adjacent Flathead River Valley.
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Grizzly Deaths in 2013 More Bad News for Alberta’s Bears
A decade after the official listing of the grizzly bear as Threatened in Alberta, bears are still dying in near-record numbers in the province.
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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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Naturalist and former Banff National Park superintendent, Kevin Van Tighem, describes how Alberta can heal its headwaters and protect key habitat in the process.
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Roads: Alberta's "Grizzly" Issue
Ever wonder how Alberta’s grizzly bears feel about the results of Alberta's recent provincial election? After all, their survival depends on future policies.
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On October 4, 2011, the BC government introduced the "Flathead Watershed Area Conservation Act" that prohibits the exploration and development of mining, oil and gas and coal in the Flathead Valley.
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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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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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