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May 5, 2022

3 Ways Nature Helps Your Mental Health

We know connecting to wild spaces can have feel-good benefits, but just how impactful can nature be for our mental health?
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June 13, 2017

Expanding Protection of Traditional Lands and Waters in the Fisher Bay Region

The land surrounding Fisher Bay is remarkably undisturbed despite its relative short distance from urban, industrial and agricultural development. Every shoreline provides glimpses of the thriving biological diversity found here.
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September 2, 2016

Declining moose numbers prompt online surveys ahead of 50th North American moose conference

Reported declines in the moose population have prompted the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS) to seek answers from experts and the public in the hope of preventing the species
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September 1, 2016

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
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May 22, 2016

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
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March 24, 2016

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
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March 3, 2016

World Wildlife Day: Bats need the Boreal

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) and a local wildlife expert are calling for protection of the boreal forest in Manitoba as a critical measure to ensure the survival
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December 14, 2015

Report: Manitoba a caribou recovery leader across Canada

In its third annual review of government action to conserve Canada’s boreal caribou, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) finds there has been spotted progress – with too few
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June 12, 2015

Manigotagan River provincial park close to full protection

Wilderness, wildlife and waters could see full protection secured
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February 17, 2015

Northern Boreal Summit to help Design Future of Manitoba’s Boreal

Manitoba’s northerners and interested citizens are gathering in Opaskwayak Cree Nation today to discuss the future of the province’s Boreal Region, a vast, largely intact tract of forest and wetlands
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December 16, 2014

Caribou Losing Ground Across the Country

In its second annual review of governments’ efforts to conserve Canada’s boreal caribou, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) finds that threats from industrial development to boreal woodland caribou
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