Canadian Parks Council Key Initiatives

Connecting
Canadians with Nature

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The Nature Playbook

The Nature Playbook is a strategy to connect young people with Nature in Canada. It is meant to guide and inspire actions that all Canadians can take to connect a new generation with Nature.

Pick up the Playbook. Plan your Plays. Make a difference.

We invite you to use and distribute our free communication tools.

The Nature Playbook is a strategy to connect young people with Nature in Canada. It is meant to guide and inspire actions that all Canadians can take to connect a new generation with Nature.

Pick up the Playbook. Plan your Plays. Make a difference.

Parks for All

Parks for All was initiated and supported through a partnership between the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) and the Canadian Parks Council (CPC).

Canada’s Parks Day

Canada’s Parks Day is an annual event where thousands of people participate in fun, educational, family-oriented events in parks and Historic Sites across the country.

Many activities highlight the important role that parks play in maintaining healthy and resilient ecosystems, protecting critical habitat for species-at-risk and contributing to human health and well-being.

Let’s be better together

Collaborative space for Canadian Parks Council Member Agencies.