Here you'll find official news releases from CPAWS.
CPAWS welcomes launch of biggest public consultation on the future of Canada’s national parks
CPAWS welcomes the launch of the biggest nationwide public consultation on the future of our national parks and national marine conservation areas in a generation. From January 9th to 27th, Canadians are invited to provide feedback and written recommendations to federal Minister Catherine McKenna on how Parks Canada is delivering on its mandate, and to help shape the future of our national parks, national marine conservation areas and other sites managed by Parks Canada.
CPAWS Responds to Parks Canada’s Announcement of Public Consultation on the Proposed Icefields Trail
In a News Release today, Parks Canada announced that it will be consulting with Canadians on the proposed “Icefields Trail” project, a new bike and walking trail from Jasper to the Columbia Icefield. This project was announced with no prior public discussion in the 2016 federal budget, which allocated $65.9 million to the project, raising many questions regarding the origin of the project and the transparency of Parks Canada’s decision and project approval process.
CPAWS Celebrates the Announcement of a Coordinated Path Forward for New Protected Areas
CPAWS welcomed the announcement of a process to coordinate the efforts of provincial, indigenous, federal and territorial governments that will work to establish significantly more protected areas on land across Canada.
CPAWS welcomes joint Canada-USA commitment to protect the Arctic
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) today welcomed the announcement that all Arctic Canadian waters will be designated off limits for future oil and gas licensing, indefinitely, along with a number of other new commitments to ensuring the long term protection of sensitive Arctic ecosystems.
Caribou Report 2016: Canada’s boreal woodland caribou at continued risk
In its fourth annual review of government action to conserve Canada's boreal caribou, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) finds there has been spotted progress – with too few jurisdictions showing significant leadership in protecting the species that long graced our 25-cent piece.
CPAWS Nova Scotia welcomes decision to designate St. Anns Bank as a marine protected area
HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) welcomed today’s announcement by the federal government that it will designate St. Anns Bank as a marine protected area.
CPAWS welcomes release of State of Parks report
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) welcomed today’s release of Parks Canada’s report on the State of Canada’s Natural and Cultural Heritage Places. This legal requirement is a key tool for transparency and public engagement when it comes to the health of our National Parks.
CPAWS Welcomes Announcement of Minister’s Round Table on Parks Canada
CPAWS welcomes today’s announcement from the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, regarding their intent to hold a Minister’s Round Table on Parks Canada in January 2017. These public consultation sessions across Canada will serve to gather input on how Parks Canada is delivering on their mandate of creating and managing national parks, national marine conservation areas and other sites they manage, as well as to discuss the future of these treasured places. This is a new, more inclusive approach to delivering on the Minister’s legal requirement to host a Round Table at least every two years on Parks Canada’s performance in managing our national parks and other sites.
Conservation for climate change, leaders seek action
Leaders of the conservation community in Canada submitted a letter to the Prime Minister and Premiers urging them to recognize the important role of Canada's terrestrial and marine ecosystems in reducing emissions, and helping all species, including humans, adapt to a changing climate.
Conservationists welcome progress on MPAs but remain concerned about protection of Scott Islands
Ottawa, December 3rd – The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) has mixed feelings about today’s announcement that Scott Islands marine National Wildlife Area (mNWA) in British Columbia, will be Canada’s next marine protected area (MPA).
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