Explore the Wild with Parks Canada and Jellies!

How do you track grizzlies, elk, wolves, caribou and other wildlife in the remote arctic? What’s a day like as a backcountry warden in some of the most remote wilderness of Jasper National Park? How is Google taking Street View to trails in Canada’s national parks? Jellies has teamed up with Parks Canada to help you and your kids learn about some of the most beautiful and protected outdoor spaces in the world.

Your children can experience the wilderness right from Jellies to learn more about the joys of exploring nature, history, culture and more. See bears roll in the snow, bison discover the wintry landscape and hear about the role ecologists play in protecting these natural areas.

Look for the grizzly bear at the top of the Featured screen.

How Can I Start Watching Parks Canada in Jellies?

Just click here to go to the Parks Canada topic in Jellies. You can also look for the “Parks Canada” topic at the top of the Featured screen, find it in the “Ages 4 and up” row, or search for it in “Topics.”

Where Can I Learn More About Parks Canada?

Parks Canada was founded in 1911 and is the world’s first national park service. Since its creation it has established and maintains 47 National Parks, five National Marine Conservation Areas, 171 National Historic Sites and one National Urban Park. (see more).

Parks Canada’s mandate states:

On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada’s natural and cultural heritage, and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure the ecological and commemorative integrity of these places for present and future generations.

To learn more about Parks Canada, their mandate and charter, visit https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/index.