Here you'll find official news releases from CPAWS ov. Clicking on a link will you take to the chapter's website.
Nature Nights will be taking a break over the summer
Our monthly nature nights will be taking a break over the summer, and will be returning with a great line up of speakers for the fall.
Stop the Enerdu Hydroelectric Project
Enerdu Hydro-electric Expansion in Almonte Threatens Provincially Significant Appleton Wetland on Mississipi River
Line 9 Pipeline reversal project poses threat to connectivity in the Algonquin to Adirondacks (A2A)
Enbridge Pipelines Inc. has plans to reverse the flow in its Line 9 oil pipeline between Sarnia and Montreal, permitting tar sands oil from western Canada to be transported east. CPAWS-OV has serious concerns about the Line 9 pipeline reversal because it crosses all of the rivers and stream that flow south into the St. Lawrence River and form critical ecological linkages connecting Algonquin Park to Adirondack State Park (A2A); this is a landscape in which the chapter has strong conservation and connectivity interests. We fear that a rupture in the pipeline similar to the one that occurred on March 29 in Arkansas, would compromise a multitude of species, wetlands and protected areas as well as damage important north - south linkages.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - AVIS D’ASSEMBLEE ANNUELLE DES MEMBRES
You are invited to the 44th Annual General Meeting of the Ottawa Valley Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)
The Outdoor & Adventure Travel Show
Join CPAWS-Ottawa Vallet at the Outdoor and Adventure Travel Show this weekend!
Un gros merci à Sortilège Photographie! / A big Thank You to Sortilège Photo!
Nous aimerions remercier Claire Charron de Sortilège Photo de Gatineau de sa généreuse contribution de 5% de ses ventes en 2012 à la SNAP-VO
Nature Night - March 1st
Join us on March 1st for our Dumoine River Nature Night!
Final public consultation on the Greenbelt Master Plan - Feb 19 & 20
While there is much to be commended in the proposed Master Plan -- largely derived from the very "green" vision approved by the NCC Board in November 2010 -- three matters cry out for major push-back at this last opportunity to influence the final result.
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