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

Dec 15 17

CPAWS Welcomes Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve Management Plan
YELLOWKNIFE – the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) NWT chapter welcomes the release of the Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve Management Plan, the first for Nááts’įhch’oh, and is pleased that the plan considers both cultural and economic benefits for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of the Tulita District.

Aug 17 17

CPAWS-NWT’s 2017 Annual General Meeting Announced
Hope to see you there!

Aug 02 17

CPAWS-NWT’s Submission to GNWT’s Listing of Barren Ground Caribou as a Threatened Species
The deadline for comments regarding the Government of the Northwest Territories suggested listing of the barren ground caribou as a Threatened species at risk was July 29, 2017. CPAWS-NWT submitted comments and recommendations. See the rest of this story for the full submission.

May 25 17

Swing into Summer with CPAWS-NWT!
Join CPAWS-NWT to jump-start summer on Thursday, June 8, from 6-8pm!

May 17 17

Volunteer with CPAWS-NWT
Calling all volunteers! CPAWS-NWT wants to hear from YOU!

Dec 07 16

Special Edition 20th Anniversary Newsletter
Introducing our Special Edition 20th Anniversary Newsletter !

Sep 15 16

CPAWS-NWT Annual General Meeting: September 20, 7pm
The CPAWS-NWT Board of Directors and Staff invite you to join us for our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, September 20 at 7pm in the YK Public Library Meeting Room.

Sep 07 16

Thaidene Nene: Parks Canada Southern Consultations
Live in Vancouver, Calgary, or Ottawa? Interested in one of Canada's newest National Parks? Parks Canada will be holding three public consultations on Thaidene Nene in southern cities in September!

Feb 15 16

CPAWS-NWT Hosts: A Natural Solution To Climate Change With Nik Lopoukhine
The talk will explore the value and role of protected areas and meeting such global challenges as combating climate change.

Dec 09 15

CPAWS-NWT Position Available – Part Time Conservation Coordinator
Working with our Executive Director (ED), other NWT Chapter and National staff, volunteers and contractors, you will build partnerships and relationships with public governments, Indigenous organizations, industry and ENGO partners to achieve conservation outcomes.

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