Man dies kayaking at Burnaby’s Barnet Marine Park

Police say a man died kayaking in the waters of Barnet Marine Park in Burnaby Thursday afternoon. Burnaby RCMP, in a statement, said first

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Helicopter used to rescue injured woman from Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park – Okanagan

A 30-year-old woman had to be rescued by helicopter Saturday afternoon after she was hurt while climbing in Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park. Penticton Search

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Hawrelak upgrades could close park for years, leaving festivals in the lurch

Rehabilitating William Hawrelak Park means one of Edmonton’s major green spaces could be closed for years, city councillors heard Wednesday. The news raised a

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Residents urge Halifax to take action after section of Sir Sandford Fleming Park put up for sale – Halifax

A rather large section of a park in Halifax is now up for sale, leaving residents and trail lovers wondering what’s next for the

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First Nation praises creation of new park to buffer Alberta national park

A new wildland park in northern Alberta will go a long way toward ensuring Indigenous people can keep up their traditional pursuits, a local

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New park to buffer Alberta national park earns praise from First Nation

A First Nation say creating a new wildland park in northern Alberta will go a long way toward ensuring Indigenous people can keep up

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Heritage Park hopes return of paddle wheeler, extra council cash will keep it afloat

After coming through some turbulent financial waters, Heritage Park is hoping there’s smoother sailing ahead. The city-owned attraction is projecting a $250,000 deficit for

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Minister rejects change to B.C. provincial park for water infrastructure project

George Heyman, B.C.’s minister of environment and climate change strategy, has rejected a proposal to change the boundary of a provincial park on the Sunshine

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Fort Edmonton Park horses were destined for slaughterhouse, new owner says

The City of Edmonton is under scrutiny after sending two horses to auction without regard for their fate. The two work horses were used

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‘We’re not convinced’: Groups criticize draft plan to restore Wood Buffalo National Park

The draft for a federal plan to restore Canada’s largest national park suggests Ottawa is unlikely to ease international concerns about threats posed to

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