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MEC Big Wild Challenge 2015!

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CPAWS Talks Oceans

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CPAWS chapters across Canada organize dozens of great events each year, from nature outings to educational opportunities to contests. Check out our events here, and visit your local chapter's site for more information.

Take Back the Wild June 2015

  • Date: June 05 2015
  • Location: Johnson's Landing, BC
  • Take Back the Wild brings B.C. youth under 30 together for professional training in order to support their desire to lead effective, results-driven conservation projects. The next training weekend is set for June 5 to 7, 2015 near Kaslo, BC in the Kootenay Region.

    CPAWS Talks Oceans with Dr. Sylvia Earle

  • Date: May 25 2015
  • Location: National Art Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Dr, Ottawa, ON K1N 9N
  • CPAWS Talks is pleased to present Mission Blue’s Dr. Sylvia Earle on May 25th, at 7 pm, at the National Art Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Dr. Earle will be speaking on Sustainable Seas: The Vision, The Reality.

    Spring Hike at Mud Lake

  • Date: May 03 2015
  • Location: Mud Lake
  • Urban Wildlife

    2015 MEC Big Wild Challenge “Design Your Own” is now open for registration

  • Date: September 30 2015
  • Location: Outdoors
  • The Design-Your-Own edition of the 2015 MEC Big Wild Challenge is officially open for registration!

    We are proud to say our event is becoming known across Canada as that “really fun outdoor fundraiser” that helps protect wilderness.

    Webinar: Collaborative Forest Management in the Crown of the Continent

  • Date: May 27 2015
  • Location: Online
  • In this webinar representatives of a community conservation, government and industry working in the southwest Crown of the Continent will present their experience with collaborative forestry and the positive outcomes achieved in on the ground forest management.

    Changing Hydrology and Land Use in the Elbow River Watershed

  • Date: May 12 2015
  • Location: Redwood House, #1 Manyhorses Drive, Redwood Meadows
  • SUSTAINABLE REDWOOD LECTURE SERIES presents An Evening with Dr. Danielle Marceau, University of Calgary
    Changing Hydrology and Land Use in the Elbow River Watershed

    Photos from our 2015 Wild Soiree

  • Date: May 04 2015
  • Location: Online
  • Thank you everyone who made our 2015 Wild Soiree such a huge success!!!

    Weaselhead Pathway and Shoreline Clean-up

  • Date: May 03 2015
  • Location: NW corner of the Weaselhead parking lot, 66th Ave. and 37th Street S.W.
  • Winter’s gone, summer’s ahead.

    It’s time to clean the Weaselhead!

    Please join the Weaselhead/Glenmore Park Preservation Society crew of volunteers as they pick up bits of litter in one of Canada’s largest, most beautiful and diverse urban Protected Natural Parks. They will meet in the NW corner of the Weaselhead parking lot, 66th avenue and 37th street SW on Sunday, May 3rd at 10 a.m. You’ll be provided with “litter-grabbers”, bags, and a variety of yummy refreshments. Appropriate foot gear and a hat is recommended. Cyclists welcome as well!

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