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Protecting Alberta’s Headwaters
As the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan enters the home stretch, here's what you can still do to influence a plan that works.
Located in News / Updates from the Field
Regional land use frameworks are being created across the province to resolve conflicts over land, but are these plans creating a real process to ensure balance in land development? Y2Y's Wendy Francis discusses with Bev Yee, Land Use Secretariat.
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The SSRP is meant to balance conservation and development in Alberta, but some environmental groups are saying it comes up short. Listen to Y2Y's president, Karsten Heuer, on Alberta Primetime.
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Southern Alberta Land Use Plan Fails to Protect Key Landscapes
Alberta's South Saskatchewan Regional Land Use Plan failed to protect critical headwaters in the southern part of the province.
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We hope many Bow Valley residents, and even Albertans, are eagerly awaiting the release of the final South Saskatchewan Regional Plan from the provincial government soon.
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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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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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RBC Gives Y2Y $15,000 to Protect Alberta's Headwaters
Announced on RBC Blue Water Day, this support will help Y2Y protect the headwaters that provide drinking water for millions of Canadians.
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Protecting Wolverines in Castle Special Place
New research finds that the Castle Special Place offers U.S. wolverines a key linkage to larger populations to the north.
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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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