Day Three Sessions

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1000h EST
  • 1100h AST
  • 1130h NST

REGIONAL BREAKOUT GROUPS

Session Two: Dialogue

Participants in Eastern, Atlantic, and Newfoundland Time Zones

  • March 11, 2021
  • 0815h PST
  • 0915h MST
  • 1015h CST
  • 1115h EST
  • 1215 AST
  • 1245 NST

VIRTUAL RESEARCH SUMMIT

Opening Remarks and Recap from Day Two

CPCIL Youth Knowledge Gatherers

Offered with simultaneous interpretation
  • March 10, 2021
  • 0830h PST
  • 0930h MST
  • 1030h CST
  • 1130h EST
  • 1230 AST
  • 1300 NST

PLENARY SESSION THREE

Towards reconciliation: 10 Calls to Action to natural scientists working in Canadian protected areas

Dr. Carmen Wong, Parks Canada

Gùdia – Mary Jane Johnson, Lhu’ààn Mân Ku Dań Elder

Offered with simultaneous interpretation
  • March 11, 2021
  • 0915h PST
  • 1015h MST
  • 1115h CST
  • 1215h EST
  • 1315 AST
  • 1345 NST

VIRTUAL RESEARCH SUMMIT

Nature Break

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1000h PST
  • 1100h MST
  • 1200h CST
  • 1300h EST
  • 1400 AST
  • 1430 NST

Concurrent Session Block Three

JOIN ONE OF THREE CONCURRENT SESSIONS

CONCURRENT SESSION 3.1.

Offered with simultaneous interpretation

3.1.A.

Coastal restoration of the beach at Cap-des-Rosiers, Forillon National Park – a unique project in Canada Daniel Sigouin, Parks Canada

3.1.B. An adaptive management approach to ecosystem recovery – managing invasive species at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site Darrin Reid, Parks Canada

3.1.C. La caractérisation de la pollution lumineuse pour les parcs nationaux du Québec et la candidature potentielle de parcs à titre de parc inernational de diel étoile Mélina Dubois Verret, Réserve internationale de ciel étoilé du Mont-Mégantic, Parc national du Mont-Mégantic

CONCURRENT SESSION 3.2.

Offered with simultaneous interpretation

3.2. Exploring barriers and accessibility for mobility-related disabilities in BC Parks Craig Paulson, BC Parks, Lorraine Copas, Social Planning and Research Council of BC

CONCURRENT SESSION 3.3.

English Only

3.3. The democratization of climate-adaptive planning for biodiversity conservation in British Columbia Oscar Venter (UNBC), Richard Schuster (Carleton/UBC), Tori Ball (CPAWS), Leanna Warman (NBTC), Andrew Day (BCPF), Xavier Corredor Llano (UNBC), Karen Dietrich (UNBC), MIchelle Connolly (PICS), Peter Arcese (UBC)

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1045h PST
  • 1145h MST
  • 1245h CST
  • 1345h EST
  • 1445 AST
  • 1515 NST

VIRTUAL RESEARCH SUMMIT

ParkSeek Nature Break Part 3

ParkSeek Natural Space Audit Tool

ParkSeek is expected to investigate the quality of parks and recreational facilities across Canada, by conducting field audits in these spaces. To help inform the development and refinement of the audit tools, we would like you to take your nature break by visiting a park or recreation space close to you, and to complete a short audit on the space. This tool is a modified version of the electronic Natural Environments Scoring Tool (eNEST), a common auditing tool in parks and recreation facility research and evaluation at the municipal level. It should take approximately 10-15 minutes. You can download the audit tool below.

Please share any feedback by emailing us at parkseek [at] uwo.ca 

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1130h PST
  • 1230h MST
  • 1130hCST
  • 1430h EST
  • 1530h AST
  • 1600h NST

BREAKOUT GROUPS

Virtual Beverage Conversations

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1200h PST
  • 1300h MST
  • 1400h CST
  • 1500h EST
  • 1600 AST
  • 1630 NST

Rapid Talks

Offered with simultaneous interpretation
5-MINUTE RAPID TALKS

Expanded capabilities brought by drones in Kouchibouguac National Park

Daniel Gallant, Parks Canada, Northern New Brunswick Field Unit

Ecological and Conservation Monitoring for ECCC Protected Areas

Dr. Laura Coristine, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Considérer les perceptions humaines pour le bénéfice de la conservation dans les zones périphériques des aires protégées: le cas du loup au parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Dominic Dion, Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay, Sépaq

Stratégie réseau de lutte contre les plantes exotiques envahissantes dans les parcs nationaux du Québec: le cas du parc national du Mont-Orford

Romy Jacob-Racine, Sépaq

15-MINUTE EXTENDED TALK

Building a pan-Canadian parks and protected areas research network: Next steps with CPCIL and how to enagage

Don Carruthers Den Hoed, University of British Columbia

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1235h PST
  • 1335h MST
  • 1435h CST
  • 1535h EST
  • 1635h AST
  • 1705 NST

VIRTUAL RESEARCH SUMMIT

Wrap up and Regional Task Group Instructions

Don Carruthers Den Hoed, CPCIL

  • March 11, 2021
  • 1300h PST
  • 1400h MST
  • 1500h CST

REGIONAL BREAKOUT GROUPS

Session Three: Act

Participants in Pacific, Mountain, and Central Time Zones