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Featured image for “Cowbirds to Calculating: Meet David”
July 12th, 2024

Cowbirds to Calculating: Meet David

David Swan is a behavioural ecologist who joined CPAWS Manitoba because he is passionate about science-based conservation.
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July 5th, 2024

Stage Left to Nature’s Best: Meet Deb

Meet Deb Gay-De Vries, the Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator for CPAWS, and discover her impactful work with the CPAWS team.
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June 28th, 2024

A Passion for Nature and Getting Kids Outside: Meet Mira Oberman

Mira managed communications, provided strategic direction for campaigns and developed the Nature Club and Outdoor Education program.
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June 14th, 2024

Protecting Nature One Post at a Time: Meet Katie Borgfjord

As the Digital Marketing Coordinator, Katie is in charge of managing the CPAWS Manitoba social media pages, updating the website, crafting content and leading Nature Club activities
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June 6th, 2024

Honouring the Water Gathering in Churchill, Manitoba

Celebrate Hudson Bay with events in Churchill to honour water and explore opportunities to secure a healthy future for people and wildlife.
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May 28th, 2024

The Dreamer Who United Four Nations to Protect a Watershed: Remembering Ernie Bussidor

Manitoba lost a champion of nature when Ernie Bussidor died in his sleep on January 27, 2024 at the age of 67. And I lost a friend.
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May 21st, 2024

What Does It Mean to Protect Manitoba’s Wild Spaces? It Means a Lot

Protecting the Hudson Bay Lowlands benefits people who live in nothern Manitoba along with wildlife like polar bears, caribou and birds.
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April 22nd, 2024

Op-Ed: Lack of Climate Investment has High Cost

The provincial government’s lack of investment in nature could cost Manitobans dearly. Conserving nature is an essential and cost-effective part of the climate solution and it needs to be acted on immediately.
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April 4th, 2024

Bird Recorders Will Support Conservation in FRCN

Two wildlife audio recorders were set up in FRCN as part of a project to study how birds migrate through, breed, and live in the Interlake.
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March 22nd, 2024

Teaching Kids About Nature With Outdoor Games and Activities

CPAWS Manitoba’s Environmental After School Program helps children get outside and appreciate the wonders of nature.
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March 8th, 2024

Manitoba Needs to Invest in Nature in Upcoming Budget

Premier Kinew’s government needs to make a substantial investment to achieve its ambitious target of protecting 30% of Manitoba by 2030.
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February 26th, 2024

A Budget to Help Manitoba — and the Planet: OP-ED

The upcoming Manitoba budget needs to show a strong investment in protecting nature, CPAWS and Audubon wrote in a Winnipeg Free Press op-ed.
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