National Park Warden Association

National Park Warden Association

National Park Warden Association The National Park Warden Association is dedicated to promoting professionalism and friendship between members of the Canadian National Park Warden Service and other parks and wildlife associations. L’Association des gardes de parcs nationaux est dédiée à promouvoir le professionnalisme et l’amitié entre les membres du Service des gardes de parcs nationaux et de d’autres associations. MEMBERS: Remember, you must log in to access member only content (like pro deals, discussion forum, pictures, updates etc.). MEMBRES:Rappelez-vous qu’il…

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Article on Park Wardens in Calgary Herald

Article on Park Wardens in Calgary Herald

Article on Park Wardens in Calgary Herald   Check out this great article on the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch and some of the Wardens from Banff. They even quote from our webpage!… www.canada.com/calgaryherald/news/story.html

Help support the NPWA

Help support the NPWA

Help support the NPWA To place and order, send an email toNPWApromo(at)gmail.com  with the items and number you want. You will receive an email back with an invoice that you must pay through paypal. Only credit card payments are accepted. Featherweight Lockblade with the Warden Service crest stamp from Grohmann Knives. It has a lockblade that is durable, yet light in weight (42 grams, 1.4 oz.). The handle is durable black Zytel and the blade is straight edged, high-carbon stainless…

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“Our familiarity with that act is zero.”

“Our familiarity with that act is zero.”

“Our familiarity with that act is zero.” From Leamington Post Police will continue Pt. Pelee patrols But won’t enforce park laws Wednesday September 26, 2007 Leamington Police will continue to patrol Point Pelee National Park but they do not want the responsibility of handling all the enforcement in the park. Police Chief Dean Gow told the Leamington Police Services Board last week that he recently received a request from the park warden to take over park enforcement. Gow told the…

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WORLD RANGER DAY July 31, 2007

WORLD RANGER DAY July 31, 2007

WORLD RANGER DAY July 31, 2007 WHAT IS WORLD RANGER DAY? …from www.int-ranger.net The International Ranger Federation was founded to support the work of Rangers as the key protectors of the worlds protected areas. At the IRF Scotland World Congress of Rangers in 2006, delegates decided that July 31 of each year, beginning in 2007, would be a day dedicated to world rangers. This first World Ranger Day will fall on the 15th anniversary of the founding of IRF on…

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World Ranger Day in Ottawa

World Ranger Day in Ottawa

World Ranger Day in Ottawa A highlight of the premier of the ‘The Thin Green Line’ in Ottawa were the words of John Waithaka, an Ecosystem Scientist from Kenya, presently working with Parks Canada (National Office) and who assisted Michel Villineuve with the presentation of the film. His presentation on the Rangers in Africa was outstanding and caused a spontaneous round of applause. Here is a summary of what he said… A tribute to Rangers in Danger in Africa By…

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Parks Canada will not Appeal the Officer Safety Decision

Parks Canada will not Appeal the Officer Safety Decision

Parks Canada will not Appeal the Officer Safety Decision On June 6th the CEO announced that Parks Canada will not pursue a further appeal of the decision rendered by the Canada Appeals Office on Occupational Health and Safety. The decision to issue sidearms to Park Wardens now rests solely with Cabinet as per the Policy Governing the Issuance of Sidearms to Federal Law Enforcement Officers (click on the title above to see the policy). To see the full message from…

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Thin Green Line premiered by Park Wardens Across Canada

Thin Green Line premiered by Park Wardens Across Canada

Thin Green Line premiered by Park Wardens Across Canada On World Ranger day, July 31, 2007, Park wardens in Pacific Rim, Jasper, Riding Mountain and the National Office in Ottawa all took part in the simultaneous World Premier of the documentary, ‘The Thin Green Line’. They joined with other rangers from around the globe in hosting a showing of this original documentary of Rangers working in the field throughout the world. For further information on the documentary visit the website…

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