Learning & Resources
Collaboration Resources Beyond CPCIL
Parks for All defines the parks community as “those with an interest in the Canadian parks continuum. It is a self-defined concept. Everyone in the parks community shares the baseline goals of healthy Nature and healthy people, and believes that they can be achieved by working together.”
The Canadian Parks Collective is always excited to work with others and encourages the entire parks community to reach out to complementary communities to exchange ideas and discover new perspectives on the potential of parks and protected areas.
Conservation 2020 – the collaborative work of the Indigenous Circle of Experts, National Steering Committee, and National Advisory Panel toward Canada’s Target One for Biodiversity.
“Federal, territorial, provincial and local governments, Indigenous Peoples, private landowners, communities, non-governmental organizations and the private sector all have a role to play in protecting Canada’s biodiversity.”
“The CC-IUCN exists to bring people, organizations and ideas together with the common goal of protecting biodiversity in Canada. By supporting Canadian biodiversity, we can ensure a brighter future for wildlife and the habitats in which they live.
The CC-IUCN works to connect members of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on conservation policy in Canada. We also help to facilitate the involvement of our members in IUCN global activities, including participation in the World Conservation Congress.
We are a member-based organization with affordable annual fees and multiple benefits to our members. Join us in helping contribute to greater biodiversity in Canada.”
“The Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) is a national organization dedicated to realizing the full potential of parks and recreation as a major contributor to community health and vibrancy. Membership includes the 13 provincial and territorial parks and recreation associations and their extensive networks of service providers in over 90% of Canadian communities.”