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One of my biggest career decisions was whether to work in wildlife protection or healthcare. I ended up choosing healthcare, while keeping my dedication to wildlife as an important aspect of my personal life. While on a cycling trip a few years later I met Jean Langlois, then executive-director of the Ottawa Valley chapter. That’s when I first learned about CPAWS and discovered that this organization was about the things that mattered to me.

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.

What’s needed next for Canada’s Bison?


What the bison conservation movement needs now is focused attention on restoring the health of the magnificent Sturgeon River bison herd that roams freely in and around beautiful Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan.

CPAWS Manitoba adventures with Cree nation youth at colour-changing lake


Fifteen high school students as well as community members and educators from Mosakahiken Cree Nation are with CPAWS Manitoba and Twin River Travel this week at Little Limestone Lake; the world’s largest and most dramatic colour-changing marl lake

Wildlife populations devastated since 1970, suggests new WWF-Canada report - but there is hope


WWF-Canada released one of the most shocking reports of the year yesterday. The Living Planet Report Canada examined the state of Canada’s wildlife populations and confirms the sobering loss of biodiversity in Canada, concluding that half of vertebrate wildlife species in Canada have suffered population declines since 1970, with an average loss of 83% among declining populations.

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