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

Jan 27 16

CPAWS-OV is the newest #craftchange partner of Maker House!
CPAWS-OV is proud to be the newest #craftchange partner of Maker House Co. Maker House Co. will be donating 2% of all sales to CPAWS as part of their #craftchange initiative to support local non-profits.

Nov 29 15

2016 Gatineau Park calendar now available!
Gatineau Park for everyone, forever

Nov 16 15

CPAWS Ottawa Valley 45th Anniversary
On Thursday, November 5, we celebrated our forty fifth anniversary in style with an inspiring lecture on conservation followed by a reception at the University of Ottawa. Over 200 people joined us for this special occasion and to listen to two of North America's best known naturalists, Mike Runtz and Jeff Wells talk about the unique conservation opportunities found in our region and beyond. Thank you to all who attended.

Sep 30 15

Fall and Winter Hike Schedule now out!
Fall and winter hike schedule has now been released.

Sep 23 15

Invasive Species Project a HLNR
Invasive species are a threat to native biodiversity. Thanks to a grant from the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund we were able to develop invasive species management plans for three protected areas in the region.

May 04 15

Event Volunteers Needed
Sylvia Earle Event - Volunteers Needed!

Apr 29 15

Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Program
Reptiles and amphibians are experiencing global declines of 20 and 40 percent respectively. In Ontario, 75 percent of reptiles and 35 percent of amphibians are listed as nationally and provincially at-risk.

Dec 21 14

2015 “A Year in Gatineau Park” Calendar now available!
2015 "A Year in Gatineau Park" Calendar now available!

Nov 14 14

Road Ecology Conference in Ottawa!
The first Road Ecology Conference in Ottawa will be taking pace on November 27th and 28th at the Canadian Museum of Nature!

Sep 08 14

Identifying road-kill hotspots for turtles along highway 17
Road mortality is a major reason many species of turtles are declining. In eastern Ontario, two species at risk turtles face significant threat from road mortality:

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