Close up of hands on laptop, woman sitting on park bench in nature.
What I’ve Learned About Learning: University Degrees for Parks People
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Parks Rx Nature Prescriptions
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Growing Our Reach Intergenerational Mentorship Program
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Marilynn Hay
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Case Spotlight: The Right to Dismantle Encampments in Parks and Public Spaces
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Peaks and Valleys: Nothing is More Natural than Grief
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MPA 101: Marine Protected Area Networks
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Healthy Parks and Philanthropy Opportunities
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Service-learning during the Spring 2019 Park Leaders Development Program
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Resource Spotlight – Khutz Grizzlies
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MPA 101: Ecology of Marine Protected Areas
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Conservation Through Reconciliation Resources
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Resource Spotlight – SAR Autism Canada
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MPA 101: Marine Protected Area Management Tools
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Healthy Parks Healthy People Webinar
Webinar Summary – Healthy Parks Healthy People
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Colorized photo of the pool at Cave and Basin in the 1920s. Parks Canada. Photo courtesy of Niche Canada.
How the History of Segregation Impacts Recreation
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Photo of Hyun Ho Cho in mountains.
Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers – Hyun Ho Cho
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CPCIL Webinar: Starting a Conversation on Conservation Mental Health
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Improved Accessibility in New Brunswick Provincial Parks
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Daniella Rubeling
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Resource Spotlight – Eco-Whale Alliance
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Capstone Team G: Applying the RAD Framework in Climate Informed Planning and Decision Making
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Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers – Hameet Singh
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Playgrounds in Park Settings – Taking a Step Back on the Path Forward
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The Future of the Campfire
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Preview image of Ha Ling Peak documentary by Brian Zimmerman
Reconciliation – A Review of ‘Ha Ling Peak’
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Secondments and Acting Assignments: The Benefits and Challenges of Temporary Placements
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Polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba.
Resource Spotlight – Polar Bear Alert
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Photo of Rachel Goldstein in nature.
Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers – Rachel Goldstein
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Parks for All: The Power of Partnerships
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Human-Wildlife Coexistence Programs You Should Know About
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MPA 101: Introduction to Marine Protected Areas
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Some of the avifauna present in the Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve - Great blue heron, roseate spoonbill and American white ibis. Photo by Hameet Singh.
Unlock the Potential of MPAs – Understanding Lessons Learned
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2020 Canadian Parks Council Awards
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Ontario Parks shares Jurisdictional Scan on Sign Guidelines among Canadian Parks Council agencies
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Parks, Representation and Black History Leadership Primer – A Participant Review
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Why MPAs Are The World’s Underwater Parks and Aquatic Lifeline
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Launch of PanCanadian Parks and Protected Areas Research Network
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Solo Tasks of the Spring 2019 Park Leaders Development Program
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MPA 101: Human Wildlife Coexistence in Marine Protected Areas
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The mangrove forests of the Ria Lagartos Biosphere Reserve have been cited by community members as important to wellbeing due to the protection from hurricane impacts. Photo by Hameet Singh.
To Protect and Conserve – the Mission of Marine Protected Areas
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Capstone F: Pathways to Cultural Competency
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University of Guelph Master of Conservation Leadership
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A Conversation About Marine Conservation in Canada Through the Use of Parks and Protected Areas
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Sarah Boyle
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Sedmond Creek, Gwaii Haanas National Park
MPA Showcase Across Canada’s Three Oceans: The Pacific
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Rike Moon
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Black iPhone and airpods placed on a tree stump, depicting podcasts.
Why Joining the Podcast Trend Could Make you a Better Park Leader
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Communicating the Benefits of Connecting to Nature
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Collaborating to Capture the ‘Healthy Parks Healthy People’ Movement in Canada
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Black Experiences in Parks Webinar
Webinar Summary – Black Experiences in Parks
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Dawn Carr
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Cowboy and Chris at Ranch. Photo courtesy of Elder in the Making.
Reconciliation – Review of Elder in the Making
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Kayode Adeyemi
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Connecting with Local Water and Inuit Harvesting Rights
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Political Acuity in Parks
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Exploring Indigenous Engagement in Park Management
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Climate Change and Protected Places: Parks Canada’s adaptation framework and workshop approach
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Inclusion and Equity Leader Profile: Jane Park
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So You’re Here – Now What? How Parks May Help Newcomers Integrate Into Their Communities
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WildSmart human-wildlife coexistence program logo.
Resource Spotlight – Wildsmart
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Grasslands, the First Frontier; The Contributions of Strategic Zoning to Sustainable Land-use Planning
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Karly Upshall hiking in the Purcell mountains.
Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers – Karly Upshall
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Active Engagement
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Outdoor photo of Ebany Carratt.
Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers – Ebany Carratt
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Unearthing Restorative Justice in a Parks Setting
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Parks Day CPCIL Webinar
Webinar Summary – Parks Day: Past, Present, Future
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Course Review – Manager and Leader: a formula for success!
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ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT: What Is It?
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Queen of the Peaks – Pattie Gonia Brings Drag to the Outdoors
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Pair of walruses on an ice floe in the Canadian Arctic
MPA Showcase Across Canada’s Three Oceans: The Arctic
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Black hiker walking across fallen tree in a forest.
11 Anti-Racism Calls to Action Made by Parks Leaders
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Capstone Team H: Engaging Youth Through Parks
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Storytelling in Your Organization
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The intricate deep-sea ecosystem of the Laurentian Channel, housing species such as cold-water corals, sea anemones, sea pens, fish species and larger aquatic life
MPA Showcase Across Canada’s Three Oceans: The Atlantic
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Meet the CPCIL Knowledge Gatherers: Tera Swanson
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MPA 101: Freshwater Protected Areas
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Solo Tasks of the 2018 Park Leaders Development Program
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Knowing. Doing. Learning: The 2021 Pan-Canadian Parks and Protected Areas Research Summit
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Leadership and Parkanomics: The Fall 2018 Park Leaders Development Program
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