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Manager of the polar bear patrol in Whale Cove shows data capturing device while seated on a snowmobile

Patrolling for polar bears in Whale Cove, Nunavut

A version of this article originally appeared in The Circle.  In fall 2019, WWF responded to a request from the Issatik Hunters and Trappers Organization to fund a locally run polar bear patrol program... Read More
A version of this article originally appeared in The Circle.  In fall 2019, WWF responded to a request from...
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Baffinland blockade solidarity protest in Taloyoak, NU in February 2021

Taloyoak working to create Aviqtuuq Inuit protected and conserved area

By Jimmy Oleekatalik, manager of Spence Bay HTA in Taloyoak, NU Taloyoak is the most northerly community on the mainland in Canada, and the friendliest in Nunavut. From here on the southwestern coast of Aviqtuuq, there... Read More
By Jimmy Oleekatalik, manager of Spence Bay HTA in Taloyoak, NU Taloyoak is the most northerly community on the mainland in...
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Citizen scientists to help pinpoint phosphorus hotspots to tame Lake Winnipeg algae blooms

Lake Winnipeg Foundation, a WWF-Canada Loblaw Water Fund grant recipient, developed and tested water monitoring protocols which will enable a community-based network of citizen scientists to collect high-quality data to help reduce algae blooms... Read More
Lake Winnipeg Foundation, a WWF-Canada Loblaw Water Fund grant recipient, developed and tested water monitoring protocols which will enable...
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A creek revived: Students help restore Medway Creek

Through WWF-Canada’s Loblaw Water Fund and other funding resources, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority worked with volunteers and other organizations to improve the overall stream health of Medway Creek. Read More
Through WWF-Canada’s Loblaw Water Fund and other funding resources, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority worked with volunteers and...
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The missing link to healthy waters in Canada

Atlantic Canada has seen an incredible increase in the number of community-based water quality monitoring programs in the past decade. The challenge is to grow standardization and collaboration between organizations to feed into the... Read More
Atlantic Canada has seen an incredible increase in the number of community-based water quality monitoring programs in the past...
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Meet the mysterious freshwater seal of Quebec

This northern seal is among the few isolated populations of freshwater seals in the world, numbering anywhere between 50 and 600 individuals. Read More
This northern seal is among the few isolated populations of freshwater seals in the world, numbering anywhere between 50...
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Go Wild with nature and your community

Go Wild Community Grants presented by TELUS is an opportunity for people across the country to bring forward creative ideas that will help their communities connect with nature and help it thrive. Read More
Go Wild Community Grants presented by TELUS is an opportunity for people across the country to bring forward creative...
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EcoSpark’s Changing Currents program inspires teachers and students alike!

EcoSpark’s Changing Currents program, funded by Loblaw Water Fund, connects students to the nature in their community through monitoring and exploring local rivers. EcoSpark makes this possible by guiding both students and their teachers... Read More
EcoSpark’s Changing Currents program, funded by Loblaw Water Fund, connects students to the nature in their community through monitoring...
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