Parks Canada Camp mugs

Perhaps you were amongst fellow Canadians who enjoyed our country’s national parks, historic sights and waterways this past summer.

Parks Canada Men's t-shirt

You can continue to support Parks Canada through shopping their extensive merchandise collection that includes clothing for men, women and kids, headwear, accessories and exclusive Made in Canada gear.

Canada recycled bag

Their cute handmade-in-Ottawa red and white tote bags are made from upcycled commemorative banners and flags.

Parks Canada Tuberz

These Tuber’z (BUFF-style neckwear) in a trio of Canadian vintage images pays homage to retro travel posters and are normally only sold at the Jasper National park gift shops (available for a limited time on the Parks Canada website for $19.95).

Parks Canada Official Merchandise

They’re made in Canada from 100% breathable, moisture-wicking, seamless microfiber polyester, are machine-washable and offer UV protection.

Parks Canada merch

Loaded with colourful Canadian icon illustrations, Parks Canada’s camping series products also make great gifts.

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The BPA-free, vacuum-insulated reusable bottle is made of double-walled, 18/8 stainless steel to keep water cold for 24 hours (or beverages hot for 12). 591 ml capacity; $39.95

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[The Toronto-designed women’s Born to Explore T-shirt in sizes S to L; $24.95]

For every purchase of Parks Canada official merchandise, profits are funnelled towards several Parks Canada programs and conservation projects:

Greater Sage-Grouse at Grasslands
As part of the recovery actions for the Greater Sage-Grouse, Grasslands National Park purchased cameras to assess the effectiveness of perch deterrents used to minimize the impact of road signs to the risk of predation on this endangered species.

Kokanee Salmon in Kluane

Kokanee Salmon in Kluane
As Parks Canada is concerned about the declining numbers and genetic health of Kokanee salmon, proceeds help fund genetic research to determine viable recovery options in Kluane National Park and Reserve.

Turtles at Point Pelee
Point Pelee National Park enlisted the help of experts who recommended new measures to make the local habitat safer for turtles, which will also benefit the park’s snakes, frogs, toads and the endangered ‘five-lined skink’ — a tiny lizard familiar to the area.

Bats at Thousand Islands
To aid Parks Canada’s critical efforts to fight ‘white-nose syndrome’, a disease that threatens Canada’s entire population of cave-dwelling bats, Thousand Islands National Park researchers acquired special sonic listening equipment for monitoring the park’s bat population.

Within Canada, receive free shipping for orders over $75. Visit Parks Canada online for the entire collection. Learn more about how Parks Canada helps to protect species, habitats and ecosystems here.

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