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Jan 08
Parks Blog: Are you up for the challenge?
Dec 21
2017 started out strong and didn’t disappoint!
Nov 15
For Judith Davidson, monthly giving comes naturally!
Oct 23
In case you missed it: the last six months in review
Sep 22
What’s needed next for Canada’s Bison?
Sep 19
CPAWS Manitoba adventures with Cree nation youth at colour-changing lake
Sep 15
Wildlife populations devastated since 1970, suggests new WWF-Canada report - but there is hope
Jul 14
When is ‘balance’ unbalanced?
Jul 12
This Parks Day, Take the Road Less Traveled
Jul 10
The divine word in biology
Jun 29
A birthday gift: conserving Canada’s wildlife and wild places
Jun 26
Six months in, we’ve already achieved so much together for Canada’s lands and waters
May 08
My time at CPAWS: what I learned during my internship
May 02
What is needed to protect our wild lands, waters, and animals?
Apr 06
Jasper National Park needs your help
Mar 29
Conservation, Parks Canada, and the Federal Budget
Mar 23
National Executive Director on the opportunity of a generation
Mar 07
CPAWS takes the stage at the 2017 Canadian Parks Conference in Banff National Park
Dec 22
Conservation Doesn’t Follow Our Schedule
Dec 20
A mighty force for nature
Dec 15
Flying over a Broken Boreal Landscape: A Search for Solutions for Canada’s Woodland Caribou
Dec 14
Local students join CPAWS NAB in delivering caribou petition to ministers
Nov 29
Conservation on the Hill: CPAWS Lobby Day 2016
Oct 24
How you can help all charities in Canada without opening your wallet
Oct 14
Jim Prentice
Sep 21
Luncheon on Parliament Hill reinforces support for proposed Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve.
Sep 08
Baker Lake
Sep 04
Award Season Recognizes CPAWS
Sep 01
CPAWS joins leading conservation thinkers on the world’s stage
Jul 19
A week in the Dene community of Lutsel K’e living in their traditional way.
Jul 07
Exciting things are happening in East Central Saskatchewan’s boreal forest!
Jul 05
A bird eye view of Quebec’s forestry footprint: Or why we need to protect intact forest landscapes
Jun 30
Cycling, caribou and the future of our national parks
Jun 15
Special adoptions keep wilderness protection in mind.
Jun 08
CPAWS kicks off World Ocean Day!
Apr 29
5 important lessons from my internship at CPAWS
Apr 20
5 reasons to check out CPAWS Talks: Nature Needs Half
Apr 12
Conservation: The Natural Solution to Canada’s Challenges
Mar 31
The 2016 Federal Budget - From a Conservation Perspective
Mar 29
Saskatchewan environment and elections op-ed
Mar 24
Renewable Energy: A Transition to a Sustainable Future
Mar 21
Grasslands, Forests & Wetlands – Nature’s Carbon Capture & Storage Solution
Mar 17
Protected Areas: Saskatchewan’s “Geography of Hope” at Risk
Jan 25
Caribou Tales #8: The ones that paws the ground in search of food
Jan 25
Will 2016 be the year we save Gros Morne?
Jan 24
The ecosystem of the environmental movement
Dec 30
If I had to describe 2015 in one word, it would be ‘surprising’.
Dec 25
Caribou Tales #7: A fleeting glimpse of ghosts
Nov 09
CPAWS NB’s Executive Director, Roberta Clowater, Receives Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Excellence
Oct 25
Caribou Tales #6: The Fight
Oct 20
Eric’s Thoughts on the Federal Election
Oct 14
CPAWS Talks Forests coming to Ottawa on Nov. 5
Sep 25
Caribou Tales #5: Heading to a Gathering
Sep 16
Baleen’s summer vacation
Aug 25
Caribou Tales #4: Machines in the Forest
Aug 07
CPAWS welcomes announcement of Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve
Jul 31
A birthday blog in honour of my mother
Jul 25
Caribou Tales #3: A great crash
Jul 10
Momentum for Gros Morne buffer zone continues to build!
Jul 02
UNESCO calls on Canada to address threats to Wood Buffalo National Park
Jun 25
Caribou Tales #2: Living off the path
Jun 23
A marathon followed by a sprint
Jun 17
CPAWS Welcomes Bill to Amend Rouge National Urban Park Act
Jun 11
Cape Breton Highlands and Mother Canada
Jun 09
Baleen makes a splash in Newfoundland on World Oceans Day
Jun 08
We’ve partnered with BoatSMART! on getting Canadians to think “BLUE”
Jun 03
Dr. Sylvia Earle inspires ocean action at Ottawa lecture
May 25
Caribou Tales #1: A footprint on her calving ground
May 21
Six reasons why you should attend the CPAWS Talks Oceans lecture with Sylvia Earle
May 13
Help Protect Billions of Migratory Birds
May 11
A trip to Lutsel K’e and Thaidene Nene
May 05
What gets under my skin
Apr 29
Celebrating Gros Morne
Apr 01
Let’s protect marine wildlife before Energy East port decisions taken
Mar 27
Lively Discussion About Protecting Wilderness At Holden Lake And South Panuke
Mar 16
FSC commitment a step in the right direction for improved forestry in Southwestern Nova Scotia
Mar 04
Is the Federal Government Silencing Charities? Or is Canadian charitable law just out-dated?
Feb 03
Killing wolves to save caribou: how did we get here and who’s to blame
Dec 19
A look back at 2014
Dec 03
Historic legal decision on Peel Land Use Plan
Dec 01
CPAWS heads to the Hill for Lobby Day 2014
Dec 01
Bold step to protect Newfoundland’s large intact landscapes
Nov 28
Reflections - World Parks Congress 2014, Sydney, Australia
Nov 17
World Parks Congress: rich in information and inspiring connections
Nov 17
Session overview: Millennials engaging children with the environment
Nov 17
Think Global, Act Local: a field trip to the Cumberland Plains
Nov 17
CPAWS Rocks the World Parks Congress!
Nov 14
From participant to intern and beyond
Nov 13
The business case for nature is strong
Nov 06
Protection for the Rouge takes a step backwards!
Nov 06
10 is the Magic Number: Celebrating 10 years with CPAWS at the Decennial World Parks Congress
Nov 06
Why Alberta’s Caribou are in Trouble
Oct 03
Good news for St Lawrence belugas… for now
Sep 29
A week with the Ni Hat’Ni Dene Rangers
Sep 19
Dr. David Henry to receive CPAWS J.B. Harkin Medal
Sep 05
Will a national urban park strengthen protection for the Rouge?
Aug 29
A view from the top: Why protecting the Flathead River Valley is so important
Aug 22
CPAWS’ Whale Mascot is having a whale of a time in New Brunswick
Jul 23
Bou’s Trip to the Wild West!
Jul 16
CPAWS’ whale mascot makes a splash in Newfoundland!