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Take the KanQuiz

The survey is now over.

View the online form we used to provide feedback on what to do with Kananaskis. We've made the K-Country input form (below) easier to understand and more meaningful. Your completed form will be sent to us and to the administration.

KanQuiz online survey

Due date is January 15, 2008

Send your comments on the Management Plan for recreation areas to the Kananaskis Administration

Same as the KanQiz, but this is the official form:

as a printable pdf file

The Terms of Reference for the Management Plan review are available here.

More workshop info . .

Send a postcard

postcardDownload our "If the Trees could talk, what would they say?" postcard. Add a quick note, sign it is pre-addressed to Ted Morton.

Download the postcard

Contact List

You can find a list of contacts here: http://www.braggcreek.ca


What you can do

Write letters . . .

to the Premier and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development. They don't like to hear from you, but you can send a copy to the opposition Environment critics - they do like to hear from you.

Thank you! There, we'd like you to know that we appreciate how much trouble writing letters can be, considering that it is, otherwise, a thankless task.

Use some of the articles and information on this web site to compose your missives.

If you support the creation of a park in Kananaskis, you need to be heard. Talk to people, call phone-in shows, write letters to the editor, post to blogs, social networking sites and discussion forums.

Attend rallies, events and meetings

We participate in organized events where possible. You can too. This is a great way to show your concern and they're usually either fun or informative.

Photos and videos

Send us your photos and videos taken in Kananaskis. We don't like to see fallen trees and the barren wasteland loggers leave behind, but images provide a great way to document the devastation. Send photos to: image(at)savekananaskis.ca.

Talk it Up

This whole thing is an excercise in building awareness. It is a kind of grassrrots movement that spreads by word of mouth and e-mail. Share your concern with your friends and family.


We aren't accepting donations at this time as we can't issue tax receipts.

We got a very generous donation from David Hickey, a musician who performed in Bragg Creek and went to see the clear-cuts in McLean Creek. His donation allowed us to purchase two banners, shown here.

More about David Hickey and photos of his visit to McLean Creek

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