Owl River canoe excursions in Wapusk National Park
Owl River canoe excursions © Parks Canada
You could be one of the first visitors to paddle northern Manitoba’s Owl River thanks to an exciting new offer from Parks Canada in Wapusk National Park! Offered for the first time in 2013, canoe excursions on the Owl River are a great new way for Canadians to experience Manitoba’s northernmost national park.
» Learn more about canoeing the Owl River
Leadership camp participants hiking on tundra in Wapusk National Park © Parks Canada
Wapusk Leadership Camp 2013 - July 4-9
Be one of the very few to experience Wapusk National Park during our Leaders for Our Planet youth leadership camp!
» Find out more about the camp and how to apply. Deadline: May 27, 2013
Female polar bear with cub© Parks Canada / T. Milse
Polar Bear Cubs Photo Gallery
In February and March, female polar bears and their cubs started to emerge from their dens!
» Check out some photos of polar bear mother and cubs
Polar Bears International honours Wapusk National Park for leadership in polar bear conservation
Polar Bears International presented the award in recognition of Parks Canada’s leadership and conservation work in Wapusk National Park, which protects significant polar bear habitat like denning areas in Manitoba.
» Read more about PBI’s highest honour, the Champion of Polar Bears
Large male polar bears gather at Cape Churchill © Parks Canada
Polar Bear Cam!
Parks Canada is excited to work with Polar Bears International and explore.org to offer this window on the polar bears in Wapusk NP.
» Learn more about the polar bear cam