By Claire Campbell,Alan MacEachern,John Sandlos,Ben Bradley,Bill Waiser,C.J. Taylor,George Colpitts,Oliver Craig-Dupont,Ronald Rudin,David Neufeld,Brad Martin,E. Gwyn Langemann,I.S. MacLaren,Lyle Dick
When Canada created a Dominion Parks department in 1911, it turned the 1st state on the planet to set up an organisation dedicated to handling its nationwide parks. over the last century this business enterprise, now Parks Canada, has been on the centre of significant debates concerning the position of nature in Canadian nationhood and relationships among Canada's varied ecosystems and its groups. at the present time, Parks Canada manages over 40 parks and reserves totalling over 200,000 sq. kilometres and that includes a stunning number of landscapes, and is well-known as a world chief within the environmental demanding situations of safe areas. Its background is a wealthy repository of expertise, of classes realized - serious for making educated judgements approximately the best way to maintain the environmental and social healthiness of our nationwide parks.
A Century of Parks Canada is released in partnership with area of interest (Network in Canadian heritage and setting; http://niche-canada.org/).
With Contributions By:
E. Gwyn Langemann
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A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011 (Canadian History and Environment) by Claire Campbell,Alan MacEachern,John Sandlos,Ben Bradley,Bill Waiser,C.J. Taylor,George Colpitts,Oliver Craig-Dupont,Ronald Rudin,David Neufeld,Brad Martin,E. Gwyn Langemann,I.S. MacLaren,Lyle Dick