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Canadian Wilderness Fall 2017 / Winter 2018

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Explore the newest edition of Canadian Wilderness

Focusing on conserving Canada’s natural legacy.
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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.

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Gordon Nelson and the magnificent Nahanni

Gordon Nelson is an esteemed conservationist who has been involved with CPAWS since its early days. His legacy of civic activism, professional publications, thematic conferences, and mentoring of students who now practice in the parks and protected areas field across the country has served as a cornerstone of conservation in Canada. Watch the highlight video.

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Interview with Erinn Drage, National Conservation Coordinator

CPAWS’ very own Erinn Drage was named one of Canada’s top 25 environmentalists under 25. Watch the Facebook Live interview as she discusses how she started her conservation career, what led up to being named one of Canada’s top environmentalists under 25, and the advice she has for others interested in the conservation field.

Feedback from the last issue

In the spring/summer edition of Canadian Wilderness, we asked for your thoughts on free admission to national parks across Canada. Read what some of you had to say on page 11 of this issue.

We want to know hear from you!

In this issue of Canadian Wilderness, we’re asking what percentage of Canada’s land and ocean you think should be protected, and why? Send your opinion to and we’ll feature a few responses in the next edition.

You can also send us your favourite national park memory and photo to for your chance to be featured.