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About Us

World Wildlife Fund Canada is the country’s largest international conservation organization.

Who We Are

For more than half a century, WWF-Canada has worked to protect nature. Connecting the power of a strong global network operating in more than 100 countries with on-the-ground conservation efforts across Canada, we are dedicated to reversing wildlife decline and combating climate change.

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Our Story

WWF-Canada works to conserve species at risk, protect threatened habitats and address global threats like climate change. Guided by scientific and Indigenous knowledge, we work to preserve the diversity and abundance of life in Canada and around the world through long-term nature-based solutions that allow wildlife and people to thrive.

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Our Impact

Since 1967, WWF-Canada has worked to safeguard wild places and the species that live in them. From protecting southern resident killer whales in the Pacific Ocean and caribou calving grounds in Nunavut to supporting the establishment of the Species at Risk Act and the Last Ice Area, you help us help nature.

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Our Leaders

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Our Experts

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Our Partners

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At WWF, we share a spirit and devotion for wildlife and nature. Join us and be part of the world’s leading conservation organization. Together, we can make a difference.

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Where Your Money Goes

Financial stewardship is key to achieving our conservation and fundraising goals and to fulfilling donor expectations. WWF-Canada is committed to financial and operational transparency.

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