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Canada's national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites • Terms: • En français :
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Parks Canada 10h
Happy ! 🎉 Get the best seats in the house to see nature with our webcams and remote cameras:
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Parks Canada 13h
Our Lady of Assumption Cathedral: a testament of Acadian resiliency. This week in the construction of the important Cathedral begins. 🔨
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Parks Canada 15h
Did you hear? The is bringing people together to talk about taking action to protect . 🌄 We can all be ! Learn more:
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Pukaskwa NP 16h
A moose found at Imogene Cove. Learn more about moose in the park:
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Replying to @mariacmargariti
Hi there! We will reach out to our colleagues and will get back to you shortly!
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Replying to @lkarasinski
The Day Pass provides entry to Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho, Mount Revelstoke, Glacier, Waterton Lakes and Elk Island national parks. You can also give our Information Centre a call and they can guide you to get the best pass option for your trip: 1-819-420-9486 👍
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Replying to @lkarasinski
The Discovery Pass is good for one vehicle only with up to 7 people in the vehicle. In your case, you will need 2 Discovery Pass (one for each vehicle).
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Nature is our most precious resource. 🍃 Join the conversation and get serious about protecting .
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Today is ! 🧺 What’s the weather like in your neck of the woods? If it’s too cold or wet for picnics yet, remember you can plan ahead for the perfect spot like in ! Everything tastes better when you eat it outside! Right?
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Parks Canada Apr 23
Replying to @katiemberkley
Hi there, we suggest you try booking through our website. However, keep in mind that due to very high demand in this popular destination the spots for the bus can be booked up very quickly.
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Parks Canada Apr 22
🌎 is here and this year’s theme to has got us excited about sharing some of our great success recovery stories! Check them out here: 🌿🐟🦌
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Parks Canada Apr 22
Our sincerest condolences to the families & friends of those who perished in the recent avalanches in & . Our thoughts are with all those affected by these tragic incidents. Thank you to our first responders and all assisting agencies for their invaluable support.
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Parks Canada Apr 22
Everybody rejoice because today is ! 🌎 Find out how we’re working with partners to and their habitats in every corner of the country! 🌿🐟🦌 Check out our and section for more info:
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Parks Canada Apr 21
Happy ! No better day to enjoy a hot cup of tea in our camper mug! ☕ What’s your favourite view to enjoy it over? 📍
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Parks Canada Apr 21
“Hoppy” ! Don’t stay cooped up inside eating all your chocolate 🍫, take time to for a hike with friends and family! You might even come across some animals as cute as this arctic hare. 🐇
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Parks Canada Apr 21
Replying to @NANMcGrath
Thanks Marilyn! We ❤ our amazing volunteers!
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Parks Canada Apr 21
Replying to @Taylz_77
What a lovely capture! Thanks for sharing Cody! 🌲
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Parks Canada Apr 21
Replying to @_Cassyfaith
What a great photo! Thanks for sharing! 😊
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Parks Canada Apr 20
A heartfelt THANK YOU to all our amazing who truly make a difference! 🙌 From historical digs to marine studies, our volunteer program spans the country and touches all aspects of the work we ❤ to do. Details here:
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Parks Canada Apr 20
Happy ! Did you know our 🏕 videos are also available in Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese? You can find them here:
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