Sep 14 16

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The Case for Coal: The Proposed Open Pit Mine in Crowsnest Pass
Amid the phase-out of coal-fired power in Alberta, Crowsnest Pass confronts the possibility of a new mine – and the existential dilemma that comes with it

Sep 07 16

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New Report Highlights Opportunity for Restoration in the Castle
A new report released Tuesday (September 6) by Global Forest Watch Canada is raising concerns about land-use in the new Castle Wildland and Provincial Parks, and has prompted two leading conservation organizations to call on the Alberta government to set up a forest restoration program to reverse the damage to the area while creating new jobs.

Sep 06 16

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Still Waiting for the Castle Parks
On September 4, 2015, the Government of Alberta announced its intention to fully protect the Castle area in southwestern Alberta as a Provincial and Wildland Provincial Park.

Aug 29 16

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People in nature: Volunteer Manager Marcella Garcia-Carrillo
Volunteer manager valuable to CPAWS work

Aug 29 16

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CPAWS Southern Alberta Recognized for Excellence in Environmental Education
CPAWS Southern Alberta recognized for excellence in Environmental Education and Communication

Aug 26 16

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Taking art outdoors
Restore yourself in nature! Try a new outdoor activity such as sketching or plein air painting.

Aug 26 16

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Whirling disease found in Johnson Lake
Whirling disease found in Johnson Lake, Banff National Park. Conserving fish habitat becomes more important than ever before.

Aug 26 16

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Survey! Have your say on non-motorized recreation in Alberta
Take the survey on non-motorized recreation in Alberta.

Jul 28 16

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Anastasia Goncharova: summer outreach coordinator
CPAWS summer outreach coordinator Anastasia Goncharova reaches out to people across southern Alberta about the latest conservation news.

Jul 27 16

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Discovering parks with new Canadians
Discover parks program for new Canadians

Jul 27 16

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Horseback Riding: featuring Griffin Valley Ranch
Experience nature from the back of a horse!

Jul 27 16

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See a hare leave it there
Learning animal habits can help urban wildlife

Jul 27 16

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Annual Parks Report: making headlines
Annual Parks Report calls for Parks Canada to put nature first

Jul 11 16

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CPAWS sounds alarm over Parks Canada’s shift away from nature conservation in our national parks
In its latest annual report released in advance of Canada Parks Day, the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is calling on Parks Canada to re-focus on its legal obligation to protect nature as the first priority for managing our national parks, and to immediately stop development in Banff and Jasper National Parks.

Jul 06 16

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Groups call for stronger measures to protect bears
Following a rash of bear death’s on the Trans-Canada Highway including three in a 24-hour period this week, the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) and the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) Southern Alberta Chapter are calling on the Alberta government to step up its efforts to protect bears and other wildlife in Alberta.

Jun 24 16

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CPAWS responds to Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan
CPAWS looks at the strengths and reviews concerns with the newly proposed Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan. Citizens have until July 15 to make their voices heard.

Jun 24 16

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Planning the future of Alberta
New land use and recreation plans will set the direction for the rest of the province! The Government of Alberta is currently creating a strategy for managing linear disturbances such as the number of roads and trails on public land as well as the recreational use of those trails in Alberta. The first of these plans are being developed for the Porcupine Hills and Livingstone area north of the Crowsnest Pass.

Jun 24 16

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Top swimming spots in Southern Alberta
Some of the best swimming places in Southern Alberta.

Jun 24 16

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CPAWS Action Challenge winners for 2015-2016
See what students did to benefit the environment and win the CPAWS Action Challenge Award!

Jun 24 16

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Talking nature around the world
Connecting to nature is as natural as breathing for long-time CPAWS supporter Gus Yaki.

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