To read Canada's 6th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity...
Canada has adopted 4 goals and 19 targets with federal, provincial, and territorial governments to achieve long-term biodiversity outcomes in response to the Aichi Biodiversity…
The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Learn more about how Canada is celebrating and how you can get involved!
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To read the recommendations of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Invasive Alien Species Task Force...

Welcome to biodivcanada

Helping protect Canada's biodiversity, while encouraging the sustainable use of our biological resources, is a responsibility that all Canadians can share. With our population of more than 35 million people, we can play a role in preserving the immense natural wealth and valuable ecosystems from which we draw significant social, economic and environmental benefits. Bordered by three oceans, the second-largest nation in the world, Canada is rich in biodiversity, and we depend on it for our survival.

We invite you to celebrate the UN Decade on Biodiversity (2011-2020) and to explore this website. Learn about our country's biodiversity and actions Canada is taking to conserve our biological resources.

Partnering in biodiversity

This is the website of the federal, provincial and territorial working group on biodiversity. It profiles biodiversity information, news and events. This website reflects the shared responsibility for biodiversity in Canada and the commitment of federal, provincial and territorial governments to achieve the goals and objectives of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity through a collaborative approach. This site also serves as Canada's national biodiversity Clearing House Mechanism.