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  • CPAWS-NWT AGM is on September 10th! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Recruitment If you re interested in getting involved please send us a note at nwtadmin cpaws org or call our office at 867 873 9893 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

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/cpaws-nwt-agm-is-on-september-10th (2016-02-14)
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  • Thaidene Nene national park reserve boundary unveiled this week! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    portion of Thaidene Nene Read our media release about this important milestone and check out some of the national media coverage at the Land of the Ancestors newsroom It s been a long road to get to where we are today The work is not over yet but we are welcoming this month s major progress toward permanent protection of Thaidene Nene Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to share your support for permanently protecting Thaidene Nene Members of the Lutsel K e Thaidene Nene Advisory Committee Band Council and negotiating team stand with Dr Colin Carrie Parliamentary Secretary to Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq and the proposed national park reserve boundary unveiled on July 29 2015 in Lutsel K e photo by Erica Janes CPAWS NWT 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 Territories British Columbia Northern Alberta

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/thaidene-nene-national-park-reserve-boundary-unveiled-this-week (2016-02-14)
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  • Lutsel K’e, NWT – CPAWS welcomes important progress towards protecting Thaidene Nene | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    plan We congratulate the Lutsel K e Dene First Nation other Aboriginal governments and Canada and the Northwest Territories for working quickly and effectively together over the past year to plan for the future of Thaidene Nene Their efforts have led to proposed boundaries for both territorial and national park that were announced within the past month says Erica Janes Conservation Outreach Coordinator with CPAWS NWT We are also pleased with the proposal for a large core national park reserve within Thaidene Nene The national park reserve will anchor the conservation of Thaidene Nene and support growth of a sustainable local economy says CPAWS National Executive Director Eric Hebert Daly The federal government placed a 30 000 km2 study area off limits to development to allow time for planning Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve in 2007 The study area was based on scientific and traditional knowledge of the land and freshwater needed to ensure Thaidene Nene s healthy wildlife and habitat and that Lutsel K e Dene traditions and cultural values will endure forever Since that time with devolution of more powers from the federal government to the GNWT in 2014 both the federal and territorial governments have rolled up their sleeves and worked with the Lutsel K e Dene First Nation to create a made in the North conservation plan for Thaidene Nene The Government of the Northwest Territories is accepting written comments about the territorial park portions of Thaidene Nene until August 15 Parks Canada will initiate public consultation on the proposed national park reserve in the coming months CPAWS encourages members of the public to participate in both processes in support of establishing Thaidene Nene as a new type of protected area in the NWT 30 For more background on Thaidene Nene visit www landoftheancestors ca Contacts

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/lutsel-ke-nwt-cpaws-welcomes-important-progress-towards-protecting-thaidene (2016-02-14)
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  • Our Spring/Summer 2015 Newsletter is out! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    the Land Photo Contest and our newest Board Member Antje Rilk Click here to view the pdf and visit our newsletter archive for past issues 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

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/our-spring-summer-2015-newsletter-is-out (2016-02-14)
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  • GNWT public consultations on Thaidene Nene start July 15th! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    and cultural values forever Visit the Land of the Ancestors newsroom for details on public consultation sessions If you can t attend a session in person visit the Thaidene Nene Action Centre to write a support letter to decision makers before August 15th 2015 Thanks for your support Subscribe to news updates via RSS Events Looking for something to do Check our events section Get social Connect with CPAWS on

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/gnwt-public-consultations-on-thaidene-nene-start-july-15th (2016-02-14)
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  • 2015 Love the Land Photo Contest is now open! | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Calendar Photos from across the NWT are eligible for the contest Submit your photos featuring people on the land or water or that clearly evoke peoples interactions with the land and water We strongly encourage submissions that capture the uniqueness of northern landscapes and activities in each of the four seasons You may submit up to 5 photos but you must have taken them yourself and they must have been taken in the NWT Please read the full contest terms and conditions before submitting to nwtadmin cpaws org Our panel of judges will select twenty four winning photos from across the NWT to create our 2016 Love the Land Calendar twelve main calendar pages and twelve inset photos Calendar page winners will be requested to submit a short narrative to accompany their photo in the calendar We will award fantastic prizes from NWT businesses to each winner Contest closes Tuesday September 15th 2015 Like us on Facebook and visit our Love the Land page for more contest details 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

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/2015-love-the-land-photo-contest-is-now-open (2016-02-14)
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  • Opportunity for Input: Proposed NWT Boreal Caribou Recovery Strategy | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    frame Now the GNWT is inviting public comments on the proposed draft NWT Boreal Caribou Recovery Strategy Comments are due by July 20 2015 The GNWT is asking Do you have suggestions to improve the draft recovery strategy What actions do you think should be taken to help conserve and recover boreal caribou in the NWT Your participation in the development of the NWT boreal caribou recovery strategy and ongoing support of timely and effective implementation of objectives and actions is an important way to ensure that the recovery strategy is an effective stewardship and resource management tool Visit our CPAWS NWT boreal caribou Action page to easily submit your comments or thoughts regarding the proposed boreal caribou Recovery Strategy Read the Proposed Recovery Strategy To find out more about boreal caribou in the NWT and the NWT Species at Risk Assessment Boreal Caribou Fact Sheet Boreal Caribou Species Status Report and Assessment 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

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/opportunity-for-input-proposed-nwt-boreal-caribou-recovery-strategy (2016-02-14)
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  • Northern National Parks: Models from Across Canada | CPAWS Northwest Territories
    Mountains Labrador in final stages of establishment Parks Canada and Government of Newfoundland and Labrador have committed that residents of surrounding communities can continue traditional land uses indefinitely in a sustainable way as an expression of established practices and the Labrador lifestyle including snowmobiling to access existing cabins and traditional use areas fishing medicinal herb and berry harvesting domestic wood harvest and campfires carrying firearms for personal safety trapping and snaring and hunting birds and small game This arrangement will be written into the park establishment agreement and managed by regulation under the National Parks Act Hunting and trapping by non aboriginal residents Wapusk Manitoba local users allowed must hold appropriate park and provincial permits Mealy Mountains Labrador harvesting small game trapping and snaring included in list of traditional land uses permitted to continue Fishing by non aboriginal residents All national parks recreational fishing by permit Mealy Mountains Labrador fishing and ice fishing included in list of of traditional land uses permitted to continue Aircraft access Auyuittuq NU aircraft permitted to land in any location Tuktut Nogait NT aircraft permitted to land in any location Vuntut YT aircraft permitted to land in any location Sirmilik NU aircraft permitted to land in any location Wapusk Manitoba aircraft permitted to land in any location Collecting firewood Wapusk Manitoba firewood collection included in list of traditional renewable resource harvesting activities for which local users can obtain a permit Mealy Mountains Labrador domestic wood cutting included in list of of traditional land uses permitted to continue Carrying firearms Wapusk Manitoba residents may apply for a local use permit to carry firearms for hunting Mealy Mountains Labrador carrying firearms for personal safety and lifestyle included in list of of traditional land uses permitted to continue Mingan Archipelago QC firearms permitted for duck hunting Parks Canada

    Original URL path: http://cpawsnwt.org/news/northern-national-parks-models-from-across-canada (2016-02-14)
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