CCEA 2019 National Workshop – CCEA/Pathway training for screening of areas contributing to Canada Target 1

CCEA 2018 National Workshop – Conservation Planning

CCEA 2017 National Workshop – Reporting on Conservation – Key Biodiversity Areas and Ecosystem Services

CCEA 2016 National Workshop (Part 2) – Achieving All Aspects of Aichi Target 11 & Canada’s Biodiversity Target 1 – How Will We Know We’ve Achieved Our Goals?  Second Session

CCEA 2016 National Workshop (Part 1) – Achieving All Aspects of Aichi Target 11 & Canada’s Biodiversity Target 1 – How Will We Know We’ve Achieved Our Goals?

CCEA 2015 National Workshop – Towards 2020 – Barriers, Solutions, and Opportunities for Reaching Conservation Goals

CCEA 2014 National Workshop – Resolution of Key Outstanding Issues for the Canadian Guidebook

CCEA 2013 National Workshop – Interpreting Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 in the Canadian Context

CCEA 2012 National Workshop – Subsurface Rights

CCEA 2010 Annual General Meeting – Future Planning for Protected Areas Conference Responding to Climate Change

CCEA 2009 Annual General Meeting – Marine Protected Areas Conference Bridging Terrestrial and Marine Protected Areas Network Planning

CCEA 2008 Annual General Meeting – Boreal Zone Protected Areas

CCEA 2007 Annual General Meeting – Ecological Best Practices in Protected Natural Areas

CCEA works in partnership with many agencies, organizations, and individuals across Canada and throughout the world. It is especially responsive to the inter-jurisdictional and regional ecosystem needs of the provinces and territories. The core program activities of CCEA focus on connecting Canadian protected area jurisdictions, specialists, practitioners and organizations.

CCEA holds collaborative meetings in different jurisdictions to discuss common issues and specific regional concerns, and to celebrate jurisdictional achievements. Its leadership on terrestrial ecosystem representation, a national framework for protected areas, approaches to gap analysis, marine conservation areas, northern protected areas, protected area categorization, international collaboration, and data management are indicative of enduring work serving wide jurisdictional and national needs.