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May 25, 2022

Protect Woodland Caribou – Fill in a Short Government Survey

There is finally hope the Manitoba government will act to protect threatened caribou after a decade of delays. Answer a quick survey to help.
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May 22, 2022

5 Ways Biodiversity Supports Us (and 1 Way You Can Help It Thrive)

Five ways biodiversity helps Manitoba’s communities and wild spaces, including polar bears and caribou.
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May 8, 2022

4 Facts About Polar Bear Maternity Worth Celebrating this Mother’s Day

We’re breaking down 4 facts about polar bear maternity you need to know this Mother’s Day.
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November 3, 2021

Polar Bears in a Warming Arctic: Why Manitoba’s Melting Sea Ice Matters

Polar Bear International’s Dr. Andrew Derocher reveals the stark reality of how a warming arctic is impacting polar bears in Manitoba.
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November 2, 2021

Snot for Science: Measuring How Climate Change and Human Activity Affects Beluga Whales

Can we measure the stress of beluga whales using their snot? That’s what Justine Hudson and #SnotForScience aims to find out.
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June 18, 2021

Manitoba’s Snakes: Exploring the Narcisse Dens

Learn about the garter snakes at the Narcisse Snake Dens, the biggest concentration of snakes in the world.
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May 10, 2021

How To Care for Manitoba’s Wildlife

Learn from Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre in Manitoba what you should do if you find a sick, injured or orphaned animal in the wild.
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December 14, 2020

Manitoba Grizzly Bears Need Your Help

Today the grizzly bear is starting to make a comeback in Manitoba, but we need to ensure its habitat is protected.
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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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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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