Environment Canada is calling on Canadians to share their best photos of Canada's nature, as they experience it. All you have to do is take a photo of you and maybe some of your dearest pals, enjoying the great Canadian outdoors, while using the hashtag #OurNature - and you could be the proud new owner of an Unlimited Parks Canada Discovery Pass.
The Unlimited Discovery Pass gets you into over 80 parks that usually charge a daily fee for entrance and Environment Canada is giving away one pass, every week, from now until June 28th.
All you have to do is share a photo of Canada with the hashtag #OurNature and get your Earth Day nature pride on.
A couple of days ago, Jason Momoa shaved off his beard to raise awareness for recycling (and maybe to also promote his canned water business but who can judge).
Yesterday, rapper Lil Dicky dropped a track and music video called 'Earth' that featured the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Hart, Katy Perry, The Backstreet Boys, Adam Levine, and many, many more.
And evidently, Environment Canada has begun their own Earth Day initiative, with the launch of the #OurNature photo contest, which hopes to increase conservation efforts across the country.
So if you don't have plans for this Earth Day, go out and shoot a couple pictures to show off how beautiful our country is. Your Insta or Twitter pic could get you a park pass regularly priced at $136.40 and an excuse to get out of the city every weekend this summer.
All you have to do is make sure your photo is taken Canada (duh) and you use the hashtag #OurNature. All the photos using this hashtag within the weekly contest period will be entered into the random draw to win the weekly prize.
They're naming one random winner each week from now until June 28th and your photo will be featured on the Environment Canada Nature Legacy webpage... and if it's good, maybe elsewhere!
So don't forget to use the hashtag #OurNature whenever you're out enjoying the great outdoors between now and June 28th. If you win, the pass is good until March 2020 at over 80 Parks Canada places.
For more details, head to the contest webpage here.