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  • Welcome to our new website! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources Staff Successes Board Job opportunities Volunteer with us Chapters CPAWS National Yukon Northwest Territories British

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/welcome-to-our-new-website (2016-02-14)
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  • Aulavik National Park Management Plan - Parks Canada would like your input | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    co operative management partners local residents stakeholders and the broader Canadian public Parks Canada is developing a new management plan for Aulavik National Park of Canada The new management plan for Aulavik will outline the long term vision and the strategic direction for the next five to ten years to Enhance the connection of all Canadians to the natural and cultural heritage of Aulavik Enhance visitor opportunities in the park linking them to other potential visitor opportunities on Banks Island toward helping to improve tourism and economic development for Sachs Harbour Manage for the maintenance or restoration of ecological integrity of Aulavik and the care of its natural cultural and paleontological resources The new park management plan is scheduled to be completed by fall 2011 Click here for more information Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources Staff Successes Board Job opportunities Volunteer with us Chapters CPAWS National Yukon Northwest

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/aulavik-national-park-management-plan-parks-canada-would-like-your-input (2016-02-14)
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  • CPAWS-NWT Open House: Friday, April 15th! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    and board and meet others who are passionate about protecting our amazing wilderness Refreshments will be served For more information contact Kris Brekke 867 873 9893 kris cpaws org Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/cpaws-nwt-open-house-friday-april-15th (2016-02-14)
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  • CPAWS NWT rings in the New Year with an office move!! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    867 873 9893 Mail PO BOX 1934 X1A 2P5 Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources Staff Successes Board Job

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/cpaws-nwt-rings-in-the-new-year-with-an-office-move (2016-02-14)
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  • We want to feature YOUR biodiversity photos in CPAWS-NWT publications | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    compiled into a CPAWS NWT calendar that will be sold as a CPAWS NWT fundraiser Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/we-want-to-feature-your-biodiversity-photos-in-cpaws-nwt-publications (2016-02-14)
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  • CPAWS Calls on Federal Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Reinstate Protection | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    been temporarily protected since 2002 to allow communities governments and stakeholders to work through the process of establishing a protected area This temporary protection order was up for renewal by the federal government at the end of October and in a surprise move Minister Duncan recommended to Cabinet that only the surface component of the protection order be renewed resulting in a federal government decision that leaves this precious place open to mineral staking As a formal partner in the NWT Protected Areas Strategy and member of the Steering Committee CPAWS NWT is extremely concerned about this decision as it is a serious diversion from the agreed upon Protected Areas Strategy process and a regrettable departure from the years of collaborative work that communities government industry and non government organizations have invested in the Protected Areas Strategy and specifically in protecting Edéhzhíe CPAWS is calling on the Minister to recommend to Cabinet that the subsurface protection for Edéhzhíe be immediately reinstated Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/cpaws-calls-on-federal-minister-of-indian-affairs-and-northern-development (2016-02-14)
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  • CPAWS Merchandise - Just in time for Christmas! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    kris cpaws org Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on the following sites Like CPAWS on Facebook What we do Boreal Caribou Love the Land NWT Protected Areas Strategy South Nahanni Watershed Thaidene Nene Events About CPAWS NWT About Board of directors Contact us Resources Staff Successes Board Job opportunities Volunteer with us Chapters CPAWS

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/cpaws-merchandise-just-in-time-for-christmas (2016-02-14)
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  • Territorial Government supports Jean Marie River First Nation effort to conserve Łue Túé Sųlái | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    wildlife ducks and medicinal plants and is an important area for woodland caribou movement There are also several traditional trails burial sites and stories associated with the area The Jean Marie River First Nation submitted a sponsorship proposal to ITI in November of 2009 through the NWT Protected Areas Strategy PAS process The next step towards protection will be the formation of a working group which will make recommendations as to how the land will be protected and managed This exciting announcement acknowledges that the Protected Areas Strategy is an important tool for NWT communities committed to identifying areas that are worthy of protecting because of their cultural and ecological value said Kris Brekke CPAWS NWT Executive Director CPAWS NWT is a member of the PAS steering committee and continues to support communities such as the Jean Marie River First Nation as they work through the PAS process Based in Yellowknife CPAWS NWT works to conserve the land water and wildlife in the NWT for current and future generations by working with NWT residents governments communities and organizations For more information contact Kris Brekke Executive Director Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society Northwest Territories Chapter 867 873 9893 ext 24 Kris

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/territorial-government-supports-jean-marie-river-first-nation-effort-to-con (2016-02-14)
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