We are really excited to release Explore150 to the web! This new platform features several important upgrades, like the Adventures section, which sets up interactive scavenger hunts across the country! Have also created methods to collect user generated content and designed a fresh new face for the awesome content on the platform.
Our goal is to deepen youth engagement and learning about Canada’s natural, cultural, and historical sites. Find out more about sites from coast to coast to coast and you could win some incredible prizes like one of our National Storytelling scholarships or the chance to have your photography featured at Winterlude, 2015.
The environment is one of the greatest victims of conflict, the effect of which has severe impacts on the subsistence and livelihoods of populations already ravaged by hardships, brutality and loss. The UNEP estimates that at least 40 percent of all internal conflicts have been linked to the exploitation of natural resources over the past 60 years. November 6th is the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict. No peace can be maintained without the necessary resources and ecosystems to