10 Canadian natural spaces you’ll be inspired to protect


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Many Canadians are motivated to take action on the environment by a natural place they cherish and want to protect. Here, members of the Bullfrog team share snapshots of some of their most cherished places in Canadian nature—places that inspire them to work toward a future powered by renewable energy. What’s your most cherished place in Canadian nature?

1. Squamish, B.C.
(Submitted by Lauren A.)


2. Lake Louise, AB
(Submitted by Jennifer P.)


3. Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto, ON
(Submitted by Guylaine M.)


4. Kejimkujik National Park, N.S.
(Submitted by Chris S.)


5. Collingwood, ON
(Submitted by Lindsay B.)


6. Gros Morne National Park, NL
(Submitted by Audrey H.)


7. Mackenzie Delta, NWT
(Submitted by Sean M.)


8. Fernie, B.C.
(Submitted by Katherine O.)


9. Hendrie Valley, Burlington, ON
(Submitted by Su S.)


10. Stawamus Chief Mountain, near Squamish, B.C.
(Submitted by Lauren A.)