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Canadian Biosphere Reserves
Links to biosphere reserves in Canada.
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  Link   Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association (CBRA)
Building local resources to conserve and sustain Canada’s natural and cultural heritage and economic prosperity.
  Link   Waterton Lakes National Park (AB)
The Waterton Biosphere Reserve brings people together to identify problems and their solutions based on the premise that the future health of the environment must be addressed through its sustainable and wise use.
  Link   Clayoquot Sound (BC)
The Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve has as a guiding principle the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations philosophy “Hishuk ish ts’awalk”, or “everything is one.”
  Link   Mount Arrowsmith (BC)
The Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve (MABR) is situated on southeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, across the Strait of Georgia from Vancouver and just north of the Island’s City of Nanaimo
  Link   Riding Mountain (MB)
The Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve (RMBR) comprises 15000 ha in south-western Manitoba.
  Link   Niagara Escarpment (ON)
The Niagara Escarpment bisects the southern portion of the Province of Ontario, Canada creating an unique geological and ecological landscape.
  Link   Soutwest Nova (NS)
Preserve the ecological integrity of the protected Wilderness of Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site of Canada and the Tobeatic Wilderness Area through appropriate management and community stewardship.
  Link   Long Point (ON)
Long Point is the largest and finest area of sand spit and dune formation in the Great Lakes, being 32km long.
  Link   Charlevoix (QC)
The reserve is situated in Eastern Canada in the Laurentian massif.
  Link   Lac Saint-Pierre (QC)
Lac Saint-Pierre constitutes one of the major components of the St. Lawrence lowlands.
  Link   Mont St. Hillaire (QC)
Located about 32 km east of Montreal, Mont Saint-Hilaire is a steep-sided circular formation rising some 250 meters above the Saint Lawrence plain.
  Link   Redberry Lake (MB)
The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve is many things to the many people who make it their home. It is home to some of the finest agriculture and livestock operations, a migratory bird sanctuary, and a strong cultural and spiritual community.
  Link   Thousand Islands-Frontenac Arch (ON)
Just as the Thousand Islands form a stepping-stone land bridge across the St. Lawrence River, so too does the Frontenac Arch form a land bridge that connects, for plant and animal migrations, the landforms of the Algonquin and Adirondack Park regions
  Link   Georgian Bay Littoral (ON)
To work with our water-based communities and other stakeholders to ensure the careful stewardship of the greater Georgian Bay environment and to promote the quiet enjoyment of its diverse and finite spaces.