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May 27, 2015
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May 30, 2015
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Globe and Mail - Just weeks before BC Hydro plans to begin construction of the $8.8-billion Site C project, a new report says the Crown corporation has dramatically understated the cost of producing power from the hydroelectric dam.

Y2Y In The News

Crag and Canyon - Wildlife biologist Wayne McCrory and wolf researcher Sadie Parr shared the stage in Canmore at the Spirit of the Wild event -- with introductions by former Y2Y executive director Bart Robinson.

Also In The News.... 

Fish restoration projects ongoing in Banff
Rocky Mountain Outlook In an effort to continue populating Banff National Park's pristine waters with native fish, a couple of different projects will move forward over the summer months.

The death and life of the world's biggest ram
Calgary Herald - The world-record bighorn sheep wowed hunters and conservationists, but the biologist who studied the animal for years had even more reasons to be fascinated.

Restoring wild rangelands
Jackson Hole News and Guide - Vegetation biologists seek sage where brome sprouts today.


Northwest Montana grizzly numbers rising, but still small

Missoulian - Spring has brought bears back into action, and it's also energized biologists overseeing the remote population of grizzlies in the Cabinet-Yaak mountains of northwest Montana.


What's behind the 'rewilding' of America?
Christian Science Monitor From bald eagles to mountain lions, some of America's rarest beasts have once again found sure footing.

The radical political implications of spending time outdoors
Washington Post - Could spending time in nature have implications for how we behave politically, or how we treat one another?

Employment Opportunities

Position - President
Organization - Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Deadline - Until filled

Position - Coordinator
Organization - Roundtable of the Crown of the Continent
Deadline - June 26, 2015

Position - Senior Program Officer - Environment
- The Kresge Foundation
- Until filled

Go to Y2Y's site for a 
full list of employment opportunities.

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