On Monday, December 5th, 40 grade 2 and 3 students joined CPAWS Northern Alberta staff (and Bou!) in presenting a caribou petition to the Minister of Environment and Parks, Shannon Phillips, and the Minister of Education, David Eggen. The petition contained thousands of signatures from concerned citizens across Alberta calling for the government to protect the province’s boreal woodland caribou.
On Thursday, November 17, CPAWS’ staff and board members participated in its annual Lobby Day on Parliament Hill. With a total of 65 lobbyists and 75 meetings with government officials from all parties, staff and board members from across the nation spoke with MPs and Senators about the importance of marine and terrestrial conservation.
You can have a positive impact on charitable law in this country - and you can do so today by opening your email instead of your wallet. The value to us all will be significant.
Jim Prentice's legacy will be felt for many generations to come in Canada.
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.
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