Pre-summit material, Towards Reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to Natural Scientists Working in Canadian Protected Areas
The state of parks-related knowledge mobilization in Canada: cases from Alberta, BC, and Ontario.
Download Presentation Slides The following is preliminary content for a session at the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit, submitted by Elizabeth Halpenny with University of Alberta.  Ce qui suit
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eMedia presentation for CPCIL Virtual Research Summit
Collaboration entre l’Université du Québec à Rimouski et le parc marin du Saguenay – Saint-Laurent pour un suivi des attentes des touristes en croisière : Présentation du projet.
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Josée Laflamme of University of Québec. Click on the image below to view. Voici une présentation
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eMedia presentation for CPCIL Virtual Research Summit
Aires protégées sur terres privées (Programmes du Service canadien de la faune)
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Bruno Paris of Canadian Wildlife Service. Click on the image below to view. Voici une présentation ePoster/eMedia
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eMedia presentation for CPCIL Virtual Research Summit
Connecting park leadership research and practice with self-directed learning online
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Sylvie Plante of Royal Roads University with Don Carruthers Den Hoed of CPCIL. Click on the image
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Pre-summit material, Towards Reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to Natural Scientists Working in Canadian Protected Areas
Algonquin Aki Sibi Indigenous Protected Area Project
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Kebaowek First Nation and Rosanne Van Schie of University of Toronto. Click on the video below
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eMedia presentation for CPCIL Virtual Research Summit
How does the Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus survive in Canada?
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Mandy Huynh with York University. Click on the image below to view. Voici une présentation ePoster/eMedia au Sommet
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Pre-summit material, Towards Reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to Natural Scientists Working in Canadian Protected Areas
Natural Intelligence: Tapping Into Nature One Resident at a Time
The following is preliminary content for a session at the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit, submitted by Eva Riccius and Ron Proskow with Saanich Parks, District of Saanich. Click
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Pre-summit material, Towards Reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to Natural Scientists Working in Canadian Protected Areas
Exploring Barriers and Accessibility for Mobility-related Disabilities in BC Parks
The following is preliminary content for a session at the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit, submitted by Craig Paulson with BC Parks and Lorraine Copas with the Social Planning
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eMedia presentation for CPCIL Virtual Research Summit
Limiting landscape fragmentation and promoting connectivity – An analysis using the meff metric and BACI study design
The following was an ePoster/eMedia submission to the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit by Clara Freeman-Cole with Concordia University. Click on the image below to view. Voici une présentation
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Pre-summit material, Towards Reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to Natural Scientists Working in Canadian Protected Areas
Re-Centering the Sacred in Relationship to Co-Management and Parks
The following is preliminary content for a session at the March 9-12, 2021 Virtual Research Summit, submitted by Chantelle Spicer with Simon Fraser University. Click the image below to view
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