Special Appeal: Rondeau Provincial Park

Point Pelee Killing Spree, Chase Threatened Species


Low Impact Development - An Old New Idea

Kathleen Wynne, Please Don't Clearcut Ontario

Massive Expansion of Ontario's Spring Bear Hunt

City of London Destroys Another Natural Area: Protecting Singing Frog Creek

Algonquin Park Cottage Leases - Update

18.000 Mourning Doves Killed

Nuisance Wildlife Campaign

'Nuisance Wildlife' - A Photographic Exhibit

PPC t-shirt in support of ‘nuisance’ wildlife everywhere

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Parks management

Ontario's Parks and Conservation Reserves are currently managed for a range of objectives, attempting to balance the importance of environmental protection with recreational, commercial and economic interests. As a result, very little distinguishes protected areas from the surrounding landscape, especially in southern Ontario. Most activities occurring outside the park are also permitted inside the park. Level of protection varies from zone-to-zone, and park-to-park, depending on the individual zone manager and park superintendent, and decisions regarding permitted activities in protected areas are often politically influenced - based on demographics as opposed to providing the greater level of protection and public benefit.

In addition, years of budget cutbacks has forced Ontario Parks to squeeze as much financial revenue from the province parks system as possible, resulting in exclusive corporate contracts with Pepsi and Coleman, expanding recreational vehicle camping and sport hunting. 

Amending Ontario's Parks Act 50 years later
Where have all the tents gone?
Ecological Impacts of Cottages in Rondeau Provincial Park

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