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Climate change could boost visitation to US National Parks by 2060

Warming temperatures in America over the next 50 years could see a spike in national park tourism. Provided it doesn’t get too hot. Continue reading

Parks Canada the Institution: Celebrating 100 years of Canada’s National Parks

No one can accuse Parks Canada of not pulling out all the stops to celebrate its 100th birthday in style. The Parks Canada website has been overhauled to reflect this important milestone; the establishment of the first urban new national park has been announced for Rouge Valley in Toronto; free parks passes have been granted … Continue reading

Editorial: Public use should not be overriding principle in National Parks creation

I love National Parks. To anyone who knows me, this would be the most obvious thing I could say about myself. Canadian and American National Parks – I love ’em all. I’ve never been to one that I was disappointed with. Where else can I go where I can feel engaged both civically and naturally, … Continue reading

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