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Here you'll find official news releases from CPAWS mb. Clicking on a link will you take to the chapter's website.

Sep 01 16

CPAWS mobilizes a flotilla of canoes to celebrate 25 years of success in Manitoba
To celebrate its 25th anniversary of wilderness conservation in the province, the Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is hosting a paddling event on the Assiniboine River.

Aug 31 16

Know the North guest blog #5 - A Land of Stories
If you have ever paddled on a seldom-traveled river, you likely know the joy of seeing a rock that has been marked with canoe paint. Rocks donning red, green, and yellow streaks can be found in shallow creeks, at campsite landings, and in eddies along the river. To me, these little splashes of colour have always been reassuring. They suggest that you are on the right path...

Jul 18 16

Know the North guest blog #4 - Snapshots of the trip!
As the trip's media coordinator, I have the delight and honour of getting almost daily updates from Know the North. Even 120 characters can paint quite the picture. Here are a few highlights (edited for coherence, grammar, and spelling) from the past two weeks that the trip has been out on the water. Lots of challenges already, and many more to come. But endless rewards.

Jul 11 16

CPAWS sounds alarm over Parks Canada’s shift away from nature conservation in our national parks
In its latest annual report released in advance of Canada Parks Day, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is calling on Parks Canada to re-focus on its legal obligation to protect nature as the first priority for managing our national parks, and to immediately stop development in Banff and Jasper National Parks.

Jun 01 16

The Boreal is Water
Wetlands, lakes and rivers are not simply IN the Boreal, they ARE the boreal.

May 22 16

International Day for Biological Diversity - MB underusing effective tools to preserve biodiversity
In Manitoba, community land use planning and the Protected Areas Initiative are powerful tools to achieve biodiversity conservation targets. CPAWS hopes the new provincial government will employ these tools as means to achieve a sustainable future for the province.

May 09 16

Rejuvenating our connection to nature
The term ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ was coined by author Richard Luov to describe the ‘human cost of alienation from the natural world.’ As Collyer explained the term is not medically recognized and often contested but has served to bring into one conversation the suite of issues surrounding nature, societal changes, health and technology, particularly as they relate to children.

Apr 13 16

CPAWS releases party responses to election questionnaire
Today, the Manitoba chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) released the results of its all-party provincial election questionnaire. The responses are to inform voters of party positions on issues related to the future health of the vast Boreal ecosystem of Manitoba, which covers 80% of the province

Apr 12 16

Getting answers during #MBelxn
To find out if and how candidates plan to move forward with present commitments or to find out how they plan to approach the conservation of a healthy Boreal landscape…it’s your job to ask.

Mar 24 16

CPAWS releases citizen-backed provincial election questionnaire
With a provincial election on the horizon, the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS) has today released an all-party questionnaire to help inform voters of party positions on issues related to the future of the vast Boreal region of Manitoba. The questions were developed with input from CPAWS members. Hundreds of Manitobans have signed online in support of the request for public responses to the questions from all parties.

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