Bunchberry Meadows (Photo by NCC)

Bunchberry Meadows (Photo by NCC)

News Releases

  • Twelve-year old boy finds dinosaur fossil at Nature Conservancy of Canada Horseshoe Canyon site
    October 15, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is confirming the significant discovery of a dinosaur skeleton on its Nodwell property at Horseshoe Canyon, near Drumheller. The conservation area is located in an isolated pocket of Badlands amidst the Alberta prairies.
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  • Nature Conservancy of Canada welcomes Tom Lynch-Staunton as new regional vice-president; Bob Demulder steps away after over 13 years
    September 15, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is announcing its new regional vice-president, well-known Albertan Tom Lynch-Staunton. Bob Demulder, a major presence and advocate for nature conservation in Alberta, is retiring on September 30.
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  • Nature Conservancy of Canada secures three new sites in campaign to Keep the Beaver Hills Wild
    July 15, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is showing major progress in its campaign to expand and connect the Beaver Hills, an internationally recognized natural area located just 20 minutes from Edmonton.
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  • Canadian Pacific supports Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor
    January 8, 2020

    Canadian Pacific (CP) is joining the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in support of a critical wildlife corridor through the Crowsnest Pass.
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  • Historic release bolsters one of Canada’s most endangered birds
    March 11, 2019

    With the release of 66 greater sage-grouse into the wild, the Calgary Zoo, in partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and Parks Canada, has significantly boosted one of Canada’s most endangered birds at a time when fewer than 250 remain in their habitat.
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  • Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor will connect landscape across the Crowsnest Pass
    October 26, 2018

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), along with the Government of Alberta and the Prentice family today announced a campaign to protect a critical wildlife corridor in southwest Alberta. The corridor is to be named in honour of the late Alberta Premier, Jim Prentice.
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