Manitobans are being asked to share their thoughts on protecting Amisk Park Reserve for another five years. You have until the end of March!
Beluga Gala Brings Canada’s Whale Protection into the Spotlight
Canada must do a better job of protecting beluga whales and the best way to do that is to establish a marine protected area in Hudson Bay.
We Must Act Now on Biodiversity Protection: Op-Ed
A historic deal to conserve nature was reached in Montreal at the COP15 UN Conference on Biological Diversity. Now the really hard work begins.
Major Progress in Safeguarding Nature and Advancing Reconciliation in Manitoba
A major milestone in the years-long campaign to establish the Seal River Watershed as an Indigenous Protected Area was reached Dec 14, 2022.
Indigenous Leadership Key to Conservation Efforts: Op-ed
Indigenous leadership is key to conserving Canada’s lands and waters: just look to an initiative to protect Manitoba’s Seal River Watershed.
Polar bears need our protection: Op-Ed
The need for protection of polar bear habitat and den sites has never been so pronounced, Ron Thiessen wrote in an op-ed in the Free Press.
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.
Help Preserve Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Forest
Assiniboine Forest is the natural choice for Winnipeg’s first National Urban Park.
Manitoba Must Match Federal Pledge to Protect 30% of Lands and Waters by 2030: CPAWS Manitoba
Manitoba urgently needs to match a federal pledge to protect 30% of our lands and fresh waters, CPAWS Manitoba said in a press release.
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.
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.