Enter the #ProtectHudsonBay Colouring Contest

CPAWS Manitoba Colouring Contest
July 21, 2021

Calling all children and teens!

Help spread the word of the importance of protecting beluga whales and Hudson Bay through the CPAWS Manitoba #ProtectHudsonBay Colouring Contest, running from July 22 to September 6, 2021. Four lucky winners will receive a $25 McNally Robinson Booksellers gift card!

This contest is open to Manitoba residents ages 16 and under.

How to Enter

  1. Download the colouring page.
  2. Scan the colouring page or take a photo of it in a well-lit area.
  3. Complete the online entry form. You can enter up to five times! Simply complete a separate entry form for each submission.
  4. For a bonus chance to win, post the submitted colouring page on Instagram! Participants or their parents/guardians can post a photo on their feed with the hashtag #ProtectHudsonBay and tag @cpawsmb to be entered into another random draw strictly for those who share their entry on Instagram. If the account is private, send us a screenshot by email to show us that you posted on Instagram. If you entered more than one colouring page (up to five) through the entry form, post them all on Instagram for a higher chance to win!

The contest runs from July 22 to September 6, 2021. Winners will be notified by September 30, 2021.

Contest Prizes

Three participants will be randomly selected among all entrants to win a $25 McNally Robinson Booksellers gift card. One participant who also posts their entry on Instagram with the hashtag #ProtectHudsonBay and tags @cpawsmb will be randomly selected to win a $25 McNally Robinson Booksellers gift card.

The first 50 people who enter the contest will receive a #KeepManitobaWild sticker!

Rules and Regulations

Please read the contest rules and regulations here.

CPAWS Manitoba Outdoor Learning Program

This contest is meant to encourage Manitobans to safely learn about nature, appreciating the beauty of our wild spaces, as part of our outdoor learning program.

Outdoor learning is fundamental in establishing a long-lasting connection to nature. Researchers, educators, and parents alike agree that when people of any age spend time outdoors, there are immense physical, mental, social, and environmental benefits. 

The purpose of this program is to increase access to outdoor learning and connect more Manitobans to nature and conservation efforts. This program is for educators and families to introduce important environmental topics and apply learning in an outdoor setting.

Help Keep Manitoba Wild


CPAWS Manitoba has helped establish 23 parks and protected areas thanks to people like you.

With your help, we can protect half our lands and waters for future generations of people and wildlife.