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The World Heritage Site is threatened by hydroelectic and oilsands development.
The park is the world's only breeding ground for whooping cranes, as well as for billions of boreal songbirds.
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Environment minister welcomes review.
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From the beaches of Saskatchewan to the world's largest astronomy park, Canada is home to some incredible places to stare at the sky. Amateur stargazers and the most serious astronomy enthusiasts can find all of the wonder and excitement their seeking in the Great White North.
Canada is famous for its national parks. The following four Canadian national parks will wow you with picture-perfect swimming holes, rare wildlife sightings, freshwater fjords, glaciers and wide open vistas without another soul in sight.
Most of the damage in 2015 occurred in a single park.
There's something to be said about the fact that Alberta has 10 per cent of Canada's population, six per cent of the country's total landmass, yet is home to 30 per cent of the country's World Heritag...
OTTAWA - Meet Parka.She's a curious and fun-loving beaver from Wood Buffalo National Park. She loves exploring and sugar-free root beer. She is always clothed and careful to keep her tail down so as n...
It's May in Wood Buffalo National Park and the red-sided garter snakes are coming out of hibernation. Mating is the first order of business. As many as 30 males curl up into tangled balls as they surr...