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Minister C. McKenna
Canadian Minister of Environment & Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna. Run by ECCC/Parks/CEAA Terms: Fran :
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 23
that the work of John Macoun, an Irish-born Canadian , led the development of the natural history collection for what would become the ! Learn more:
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 23
Minister McKenna is at the today to commemorate John Macoun, the first person to systematically survey, document, and categorize Canadian . He collected over 100,000 plant samples! Learn more:
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Environment Canada Jun 23
Make your voice heard 📣! Tell us your thoughts on and how Canada can protect our and . Provide your feedback now:
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 23
We are proud to support and their . See how mapping & storytelling come together to raise awareness on the impacts of for Canadians:
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 22
Canada’s wealth is our wilderness. The is everything to Canadians; It forms the basis of our , heritage, recreation and identity. 🌲
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 22
Great news! The New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project includes a multi-use path for cyclists and pedestrians in and
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 22
It’s National Indigenous History Month. Let’s take the opportunity to learn about rich cultures in Canada so we can work together to build a greener Canada
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 22
The Ministerial Meeting on chair summery is out. Read it here:
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Canada's Ambassador for Climate Change Jun 21
to all of the global climate leaders I had the pleasure of working with this week. We helped advance the and real, lasting !
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
Minister McKenna has concluded all of her meetings and interviews with international leaders in Europe. Working together to establish strong guidelines by in December 2018 is essential for the world’s .
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
Minister McKenna held a productive meeting with the President Designate for , where they discussed and landing the rulebook.
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
The science is clear: is real and already having an impact on Canada. The team from is in Davos to share the latest Canadian research
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
Another great story! Today, and released 49 baby Blanding’s turtles in !
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
Intergovernmental Culture and Heritage Ministers endorse Minister McKenna’s request to establish Canada as an annual pan-Canadian initiative. Canadians are encouraged to take part on July 7th by visiting a historic place near them! 🇨🇦
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Parks Canada Jun 21
Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day! Today we take the time to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of , and peoples in Canada. 🇨🇦
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
Boreal is an iconic species. The is proud to invest $1.26M to support the Lac Simon, Kitcisakik and Long Point Algonquin First Nations in their efforts to protect and sustain the Val d’Or boreal caribou herd (French only)
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Rouge National Park Jun 21
AMAZING NEWS! & have released 49 Blanding’s turtles into this morning. Find out more:
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
that works with more than 300 Indigenous partners and communities to conserve, restore and present our natural and cultural ? Learn more:
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Environment Canada Jun 21
is the most common waste found in the ocean. Help us reduce our plastic consumption! Here’s everything you need to know about pollution and waste management:
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CanadianPM Jun 21
On National Indigenous Peoples Day, we celebrate the unique heritage and diverse cultures of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples, and the tremendous contributions they make to this country:
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