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Articles by Stacy Corneau

Stacy joined CPAWS in October 2016 as National Communications Manager. Working in association and non-profit communications within Canada’s agriculture industry has fostered Stacy’s passion for environmental conservation. She is an outstanding writer with experience drafting communication strategies, improving brand awareness, and media relations. With the ability to balance strategic thinking and tactical implementation, Stacy is a team player driven towards organizational excellence. Stacy is a graduate of the Algonquin College Public Relations program, and is currently completing the Joint Honours Bachelor Degree in Public Relations at the University of Ottawa part-time. She has also completed the Metrics, Measurement, and Analytics certificate program at Carleton University's Sprott School of Business and Camp Tech’s SEO: How to Drive More Traffic to Your Website course.

In case you missed it: the last six months in review

As we launch the fall/winter edition of Canadian Wilderness , we wanted to highlight some of the milestones since the release of the last issue.

CPAWS takes the stage at the 2017 Canadian Parks Conference in Banff National Park

This week, a number of CPAWS staff are at the 2017 Canadian Parks Conference in Banff National Park, co-hosting a workshop with senior decision-makers on how to achieve the international protected area targets, giving presentations, and fostering relationships with government officials, Indigenous leaders, and other key people and organizations involved in conservation.

Conservation on the Hill: CPAWS Lobby Day 2016

  • Published on Nov 29 2016 |
  • by Stacy Corneau |
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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.