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We are creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature thrive.
We are creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature thrive.

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It was a moment to celebrate on World Oceans Day 2016 when Shell Canada relinquished 30 oil and gas exploration permits that were the subject of a lawsuit launched by WWF-Canada. http://wwf.ca/annualreport #2016rewind
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In 2016, after assessing 19 of the country's 25 major watersheds, we’ve found that there’s a pronounced lack of available and accessible data on the health of the watersheds. That's why WWF-Canada is working to increase monitoring in the watersheds where the need is greatest. Learn more about our work at http://wwf.ca/annualreport
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After forest fires destroyed woodpeckers’ natural habitat in the 1960s, they began to make their homes in telephone poles. But after decades of ice, wind and gutting, the city of Lumsden’s telecommunications were at risk of collapsing. With a WWF-Canada Go Wild Community Grant presented by TELUS, and help from elementary school students, community activist Bill Bryden was able to build new nests in trees for the woodpeckers.

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A 36 per cent decline in ocean wildlife populations and an increase in unsustainable fishing is precisely why Canada needs more marine protected areas.

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With the help of WWF-Canada’s Loblaw Water Fund the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority worked with volunteers and other organizations to improve the overall stream health of Medway Creek.

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This Halloween, you can conjure up some fun to help species thrive.

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The Ottawa River is joining the ever increasing list of water bodies across the globe experiencing significant microplastic pollution.

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We're working together to protect the land and water in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.

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Caribou and reindeer are actually the same species.

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Grab a pumpkin-spice latte, throw on some warm layers and get outside this Thanksgiving weekend to capture the beauty of fall.
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