Author: matt dyson

CSTWS Bylaw Proposed Changes

Members, please visit the bylaws page to review proposed changes to the CSTWS bylaws. These changes will be voted on for approval at the 2017 AGM in Victoria, BC and sent to TWS for approval. If you have any specific comments or questions, please contact csoftws@gmail.com.

Call for Ontario Chapter of TWS Board Nominations

Do you or someone you know have interest in a leadership position with the Ontario Chapter of The Wildlife Society (ONTWS)?  Are you looking for opportunities for networking?  Do you want to make a contribution to the wildlife profession?  Looking for ways to be more involved in provincial wildlife issues?  Then consider the opportunity to Read More …

50th North American Moose Conference and 8th International Moose Symposium

Moose populations, in recent years, have declined in many parts of their North American range.  The agents precipitating this decline are not fully understood but the assumption is there are a multitude of factors acting cumulatively. In some cases, proactive management actions can help stabilize moose populations.  However, without fully understanding the underlying biological factors Read More …

Canadian Clips – February 2016

Fight against invasive species going hi-tech in Canada Toronto Star Tracey Cooke, executive-director of the Sault Ste. Marie centre, said in an email that “detection strategies such as drone technology and use of sniffer dogs are in the early stages of use across Ontario, but have shown significant potential. Farmed Atlantic Salmon make Seafood Watch’s Read More …

Canadian News Clips – January 2016

Parks Canada to waive entrance fees in 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th CBC.caLovers of Canada’s national parks are celebrating the country’s 150th birthday a little earlier than most after purchasing park passes and realizing they don’t expire until 2018. It’s part of an initiative brought in by the Liberal government that will make park access free Read More …