Nouvelles - Ici vous retrouverez le bulletin officiel de la SNAP Vallée de l'Outaouais.
Without fundamental changes to our society we will not be able to protect wilderness over the long term. The vast majority of Canadians want a sustainable, healthy future for our country and the planet, yet these values aren't reflected in our...
CPAWS Ottawa-Valley Presents:
On The Line
An eco-adventure documentary like no other. Follow Frank
Wolf and Todd McGowan on a 2,400 km journey by foot, bike,
raft and kayak as they seek to uncover the truth about a proposed
Notice of Annual General Meeting
You are hereby cordially invited to attend the 45th Annual General Meeting of the Ottawa Valley Chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS-OV).
Date: Wednesday, April 23 2014
Besides working to protect Gatineau Park, our Gatineau Park Committee members spend a lot of time in the Park. It is a privilege to have such a beautiful natural area right on the doorstep of a major urban center.
Members of our committee...
Concerned about pipelines running through our region? Learn more and have your say at a series of public open houses taking place in the next few weeks.
PLEASE NOTE: There has been some confusion about the public consultation meeting dates. It...
On Monday March 10 four members of CPAWS-OV's Gatineau Park Committee were pleased to meet with Dr. Mark Kristmanson, the new CEO of the National Capital Commission (NCC) to discuss issues relating to Gatineau Park. Also in attendance from the NCC...
Watch it here!
Join CPAWS Ottawa Valley and special guest Dr. Linda Rutledge for an evening dedicated to understanding this elusive, yet vital keystone species.
MONDAY, JANUARY 27TH
MAC HALL, BRONSON CENTRE (211 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa)...
To all our partners and supporters,
We wish a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year to everybody and the wildlife!
CPAWS-OV Staff and Board
CPAWS Ottawa Valley is concerned that the Recovery Strategy for the American eel does not go far enough in addressing the threats facing this iconic species - below is a letter to Michelle Collins from the Ministry of Natural Resources adressing...