Have you seen our full page ad in the Globe and Mail on boreal caribou? Boreal caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) is one of Canada’s most iconic species. It is classified as threatened nationally under the Species at Risk Act and threatened … Continued

It is almost unthinkable that moose could disappear from our forests.  We are looking for help from people who know about and care for moose to build creative solutions together.  Please participate in a survey through the link near the … Continued

Wildlands League and Ontario Nature, represented by Lara Tessaro and Anastasia Lintner, were at the Ontario Court of Appeal recently appealing the troubling decision by a lower court that puts already endangered species at further risk of extinction. We’ll keep … Continued

Wildlands League and Ontario Nature, represented by Lara Tessaro and Anastasia Lintner, were at the Ontario Court of Appeal recently appealing the troubling decision by a lower court that puts already endangered species at further risk of extinction. We’ll keep … Continued

This past week I passed the milestone of my 9th anniversary of joining the staff at CPAWS Wildlands League. As the date approached I found myself fondly reflecting on my career, and why I’ve chosen to dedicate my efforts to supporting … Continued

Our 8-seat plane emerged from the clouds to reveal my first breathtaking view of James Bay at the mouth of the Moose River.  I’d first heard of James Bay on the news when I was a kid: there was controversy … Continued

Canada is a country of forests. I have been privileged to travel each one of these forests. I’ve walked the temperate Rainforests that ribbon the Pacific coast; paddled and camped many nights in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forests of my … Continued

I first saw the documentary After the Last River via a private link on my laptop while curled up on my couch on a Sunday night in June. I was impressed, fascinated, horrified, and moved to tears.  An awful, unfamiliar … Continued

I joined the staff of CPAWS Wildlands League in February 2007 and over the years one thing has continued to irk me; I had come to work for this incredible organization, but had never set foot in majestic Algonquin Park.  … Continued