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 from becoming threatened like its relative the woodland caribou.
Scientists weigh in on Bipole, boreal forest
More than 75 scientists from around the world are urging Manitoba to protect one of the Earth’s largest intact boreal forests.
Transmission corridor or World Heritage site?
BLOODVEIN RIVER, MANITOBA—Rob Whaley and his friends just discovered something about one of Canada’s most pristine wilderness areas: just when you get away from it all, you can’t, because a … Read More
Thinking big about the boreal
What is the boreal, why is it important and how do we rescue it? Most Manitobans have been to the boreal, but many are unaware that it’s called that. It’s … Read More
Canada Sets Example for International Year of Forests
From pulp mill workers in Manitoba to indigenous hunters in the Amazon, hundreds of millions of people around the world rely directly on the forested expanses of our planet. All … Read More