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WWF-Canada Offices

Toronto Head Office

Toronto Head Office

410 Adelaide St. West, Suite 400

Toronto, ON

M5V 1S8

1-800-26-PANDA (72632) 416-489-8800 [email protected]
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318 Creekside Village
PO Box 1750
Iqaluit, NU
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Suite 601
Montréal, QC
H2Y 1L5
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Ottawa, ON
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Victoria, BC
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Whistleblower policy

As a non-profit organization dependent on the support of others to carry out our work and advance our mission, WWF-Canada takes our obligation to donors very seriously to ensure that funds and other resources are used appropriately. The whistle blower policy provides a mechanism for the reporting of suspected illegal activity or the misuse of WWF-Canada assets. This may include conflicts of interests with vendors, inappropriate purchases or reimbursements, falsified expense reports, and the like. Learn more here.