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News and views on conservation in Canada, and updates from CPAWS chapters across the country.

Jim Prentice

Jim Prentice's legacy will be felt for many generations to come in Canada.

Luncheon on Parliament Hill reinforces support for proposed Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve.

In September, a delegation from Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation came to Parliament Hill for a reception in honour of their homeland in which they want to protect in a national park reserve. Thaidene Nene, meaning Land of the Ancestors, is a spectacular boreal and tundra landscape rich in culture and wildlife, located along the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT.

Baker Lake

I grew up as an urban kid. I knew the concrete jungle well. But my parents were from a remote part of northern New Brunswick, and I had the chance to visit my family at Baker Lake every summer and a few other times throughout the year.

Here's a peek into how Baker Lake began my journey into conservation.

Award Season Recognizes CPAWS

I shouldn’t be surprised that Nik Lopouhkine has won the prestigious international Fred Packard Award for Outstanding Service as a result of his lifetime of contributions to conservation on a global scale. It is, nevertheless, a huge honour for this highly regarded leader to be recognized by peers from around the world for his work. CPAWS is thrilled to have Nik on our National Board of Trustees over the last few years and he’s also recently worked alongside our Ottawa-Valley chapter as part of his continued post-retirement work.

CPAWS joins leading conservation thinkers on the world’s stage

The World Conservation Congress (WCC), organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), is the largest conservation meeting in the world…and it starts today!

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