Manitobans are being asked to share their thoughts on protecting Amisk Park Reserve for another five years. You have until the end of March!
Letter to the Editor: Indigenous effort appreciated
I applaud the Indigenous nations within Manitoba that are working to establish protected and conserved natural areas.
Why Young Climate Activists Should Get Involved in Conservation
We’re exploring how young climate activists can get involved in environmental conservation to mark International Youth Day.
7 Webinars Introducing You to Manitoba’s Arctic
We introduced Manitoba’s north to more than 390 people over three months in 2022 with our Arctic Speaker Series.
Follow Indigenous leadership: Letter to the Editor
Canada needs Indigenous leadership to ensure nature’s life support systems can sustain people and wildlife into the future.
Greenway School Students Rally to Protect Polar Bears
Grade three and four students at Greenway school spent weeks learning about polar bears and climate change.
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.
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?
More Camping Spots Needed: Letter to the Editor
Manitobans no longer have enough camping facilities, protected natural spaces, or parks to serve our growing population.
‘We need to leave it there for the next generation’ says Fisher River Cree Nation elder
Dorothy L Crate is a respected elder and member of Fisher River Cree Nation who wants the lands and waters protected for future generations.
Nature-Based Solutions to Climate Change have ‘Tremendous Potential’: Op-Ed
Nature-based solutions are quickly becoming a larger part of the conversation about fighting the climate crisis and they have tremendous potential to help us limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Manitoba Must Preserve Its Ocean Ecosystem: Op-Ed
Manitoba must embrace its identity as an ocean province and take steps to protect and conserve our threatened marine habitat.