Ottawa – The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is pushing the power of the Internet for not-for-profit organizations by unveiling a new video game on Youtube. Designed to spread awareness of woodland caribou threats and entertain, the game challenges players to become a Caribou Ninja as they’re matched up against caribou-seeking villains.
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Edmonton (CPAWS Northern Alberta) – For the first time in 10 years, the Alberta government is giving the green light … Continue reading Alberta opens door to first new protected wilderness in a decade – CPAWS
Caribou have been a crucial food source for Canada’s northern indigenous people from time immemorial. But their population is dwindling at an alarming rate, in no small part because of improved hunting equipment — including snowmobiles — as well as exploration work for oil and gas reserves and arctic diamond mines. And now, the slow, […] Continue reading Saving the endangered caribou
Final determination on Peary caribou to be made by federal cabinet. Continue reading Endangered designation no slam dunk
Woodland caribou represent Canada’s natural legacy, but their population is in steady decline due to expanding industrial development in the boreal forest.
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