While most of the media attention focused on the Trans Mountain pipeline project, there are lots of other Canadian environmental issues we must also be talking about. This November, escape to Ontario’s woods and discover the elusive flying squirrel. Nature Canada holds press conference on Parliament Hill Fresh after the election, we're keeping nature at the top of the political agenda. CNF publishes Canada’s Threatened Species and Habitats, documenting the proceedings of the conference. CNF publishes Canada’s Threatened Species and Habitats, documenting the proceedings of the conference. 245 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 410

That’s why the Government of Canada is working hard to double the protection of our lands and oceans from coast to coast to coast. We must continue this crucial work together.”, – Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, “Montréal is the ideal place to hold an international summit on biodiversity, as it has since 1996 been the seat of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, a fact of which we are very proud. It is time for the federal government to fulfill Canada’s commitment to double the amount of protected areas across Canada. The summit was organized by a Steering Committee that includes many of Canada’s leading nature and conservation organizations (see below). Copyright © Nature Canada. Toll-free: 1.877.231.3552, Donor inquiries The world’s wildlife populations have declined 60% since 1970.

The Nature Champions Summit is an opportunity to build on the momentum and international collaboration we achieved during Canada’s 2018 G7 Presidency and the Sustainable Blue Economy Conference we co-hosted in Kenya last fall. Night Shift: The Secret World of Flying Squirrels, Conservation Conversations - Where the Wild SAR are.

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“The federal government now has the opportunity to work with other parties to protect nature by taking bold action to expand protected areas, support Indigenous-led conservation and invest long-term to ensure a healthy future for the wildlife that Canadians love.”. It’s our duty to keep our true north strong and green. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) hosts many events across Canada. The Nature Champions Summit will focus on several key themes: identifying and overcoming barriers to nature protection; Indigenous partnerships and incorporating Indigenous wisdom in stewardship activities; the intersection of nature, oceans and climate change; and innovative financing for nature-based solutions.