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WE BELIEVE IN HEALTHY PARKS


AMPPE Submission to the 2020 Draft Management Plan for Jasper


FEEDBACK ON THE 2020 DRAFT PARK MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR JASPER NATIONAL PARK


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Calls to extend winter closures in Jasper’s back country could hurt caribou more then it helps them


“We also found no support for the hypothesis that high backcountry human use is directly related to the caribou decline. This is also important because it allows us to concentrate our efforts on management efforts that have a higher probability of recovering caribou”. 1 No one disputes the fact that Jasper’s caribou are in trouble. […]


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Preliminary look at the Banff / Lake Louise draft Park Management Plan


The much-anticipated drafts of the 2020 Park Management Plans have now been released to stakeholders and the public for feedback. These plans will guide decision-making within the Parks for the next 10 years. As such, it is imperative that we use the collective efforts of this organization to provide clear, targeted, and solutions-focused feedback. AMPPE […]


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Banff National Park Issues its First-Ever Mountain Bike Guiding Permit


AMPPE is pleased to congratulate Board member Clare McCann of Bikescape for being awarded Banff National Park’s first and only mountain bike guide permit.   Clare and her team at Bikescape are busily preparing programs for an expected onslaught of aspiring cyclists, “Three weeks isn’t a lot of notice during a pandemic, but we will […]


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Cautious Optimism for Parks’ People Moving Strategy


Last month Parks Canada asked AMPPE for feedback on its draft Terms of Reference (ToR) for a proposed Expert People-Moving Panel. The ToR describes the purpose of the panel to develop a long-term holistic transportation strategy. AMPPE has been consistent in calling on Parks Canada to develop a strategy to reduce congestion and greenhouse gas […]


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Share your opinion: Banff Bow Valley Sustainable People Moving Framework Expert Advisory Panel


Parks Canada is creating an expert panel to advise the Agency on the development of a long-term framework for the sustainable movement of visitors in the Bow Valley in Banff National Park. The expert panel will be guided by a Terms of Reference (ToR) document that describes the makeup of the group, their priorities, and […]


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