Wildflowers – Meghan Ward

Mary Schäffer Warren (1861 – 1939) was 43 years old and recently widowed when she bucked Victorian-era conventions and reinvented herself as a mountain explorer, writer, and photographer. Over a century later, outdoor writer and historian Meghan J. Ward is entering her forties with new questions about her identity and her relationship with adventure and the natural world. …

Government of Canada invests in partnerships to support freshwater habitat research

Freshwater habitats include the numerous lakes, rivers, streams and waterways that are part of Canada’s diverse aquatic ecosystem. These versatile habitats and species that call them home have been affected by human activity and environmental changes. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting research that will study and inform us on how we can sustainably protect freshwater habitats for all Canadians.

Parks Canada announces the reopening of the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site

Infrastructure work to conserve the manor and outbuildings now complete

MONTEBELLO, QC, June 25, 2021 /CNW/ – National historic sites reflect Canada’s rich and varied heritage and provide an opportunity for Canadians to learn more about our diverse history. Investments in the preservation and restoration of national historic sites will protect these important heritage places for future generations.