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Ochiwasahow: The Fisher Bay Area

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Oct 20 14
Spectacular diversity and unique boreal regions protected through a new Provincial Park, Ecological
The province is moving ahead toward its commitment to create 10 new or expanded parks by 2020. The commitment is part of TomorrowNow, Manitoba’s Green Plan, which seeks to balance environmental protection with a thriving sustainable economy. The designation of Chitek Lake Provincial Park and the Walter Cook Caves Ecological Reserve move the measuring stick forward toward CPAWS’ goal of protecting 50% of our boreal regions from industrial developments to maintain ecological and economic stability as well as the forest carbon reserves that help to buffer against the impacts of climate change.

Sep 30 14
#LoveTheBoreal Contest Winners Announced!
This summer, CPAWS, along with six of our fellow environmental organizations asked you to show us why you #LoveTheBoreal by sharing your best shots of people, places and wildlife in a landscape that covers over 80% of our province. You responded with an overwhelming number of inspiring photos that begin to tell the story of the boreal as a place we live, work, play and love. Today we are congratulating the talented winners of this contest. Continue to tag your boreal images with '#LoveTheBoreal and help us tell the rest of this incredible story. View the winning photographs and all the wonderful entries at!

Sep 19 14
Canadian Museum for Human Rights - Indigenous Land Use Planning A Solution For All
The highly controversial Canadian Museum for Human Rights opens its doors this weekend. Some of the debate is based on the museum’s steering committee’s choice of language regarding Canada’s treatment of Indigenous people. Hopefully this issue can be resolved in a manner that meets the interests of the first peoples of this land we now share.

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