The Rouge National Urban Park Outreach and Education team is out and about in the communities surrounding the park! We promote the Rouge and Parks Canada places, provide education on various environmental themes, and foster the connection between the public and the environment.
The Outreach and Education team will be attending events in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in 2020. Be sure to check back to see when we will be in your neighbourhood!
You can find the Rouge outreach booth at various events and locations in the GTA. The booth and material may vary depending on the location, including features such as Parks Canada information and brochures, green screen photos, and interactive activities and exhibits.
Saturday, January 25 - Port Union Winterfest (5450 Lawrence Ave East, Scarborough), 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
*Event admission fees may apply
Programming and Presentations
Creation of Canada’s First National Urban Park
Canada’s first national urban park is located right in our backyard in the GTA! Learn how Rouge National Urban Park is a unique model for environmental protection in an urban setting and how Parks Canada protects and conserves the natural, cultural, and agricultural heritage of the Rouge.
Importance of Canada’s National Parks
There are 46 national parks to discover across Canada. Each national park plays an important role in protecting and conserving the environment in Canada and our planet. Learn about current efforts that Parks Canada is doing to protect species at risk, habitats, and ecosystems.
For more information about the Outreach and Education program or if you would like to request a presentation, workshop, or event booth, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org