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Assiniboine Forest

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October 5, 2022

5 Reasons Why Assiniboine Forest Should Become a National Urban Park

Assiniboine Forest is the most obvious choice for a National Urban Park in Winnipeg. It’s the largest urban forest in Canada! Here’s why:
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September 28, 2022

CPAWS Manitoba Urges Mayoral and City Councilor Hopefuls to Protect Assiniboine Forest

CPAWS Manitoba hosted a press conference in September 2022 to discuss protecting Assiniboine Forest as a national urban park.
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September 26, 2022

Vote for Assiniboine Forest: Letter to the Editor

As preserving the carbon stored in ecosystems can help slow the accelerator pedal on climate change, a sterling opportunity for mayoral candidates lies with Winnipeg’s beloved Assiniboine Forest.
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September 12, 2022

Letter to the Editor: Indigenous effort appreciated

I applaud the Indigenous nations within Manitoba that are working to establish protected and conserved natural areas.
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September 9, 2022

Help Preserve Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Forest

Assiniboine Forest is the natural choice for Winnipeg’s first National Urban Park.
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June 13, 2022

Letter to the Editor: Protect Assiniboine Forest

Only six per cent of Winnipeg’s total city area is public park land, compared to the average of Canadian cities at nine per cent.
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September 3, 2021

Letter to the Editor: Make Assiniboine Forest a National Park

Assiniboine Forest would be an outstanding choice as a national park within Winnipeg.
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July 4, 2019

Students Explore Assiniboine Forest, Learn About Conservation

Students from Amber Trails School joined CPAWS on a hike in Assiniboine Forest to learn about conservation and biodiversity.
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