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Sockeye salmons (Oncorhynchus nerka), adults migrating up the Adams River to spawn

WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals a devastating 69% drop in wildlife populations on average in less than a lifetime

TORONTO, 13 October 2022 – Monitored wildlife populations — mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish — have seen a devastating 69 per cent drop on average since 1970 according to WWF’s Living Planet Report... Read More
TORONTO, 13 October 2022 – Monitored wildlife populations — mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish — have seen a...
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Students planting trees

Multi-Million Dollar Investment Jump Starts Phase Two of WWF-Canada’s Nature and Climate Grant Program

Aviva Canada doubles down on its commitment to nature, funding crucial restoration work across the country. Toronto, ON, May 31, 2022 – Six highly impactful restoration projects from Vancouver Island to New Brunswick are starting... Read More
Aviva Canada doubles down on its commitment to nature, funding crucial restoration work across the country. Toronto, ON, May...
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In the Zone tag native plants

Native plants program helps gardeners fight nature and climate crises

In the Zone, a collaboration between WWF-Canada and Carolinian Canada, makes it easy to garden for wildlife and climate in Ontario and Quebec through a partnership with Loblaw garden centres Toronto, ON, May 12,... Read More
In the Zone, a collaboration between WWF-Canada and Carolinian Canada, makes it easy to garden for wildlife and climate...
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WWF-Canada launches its first-ever Run to Restore Nature

Registration is now open for the first-ever WWF Run to Restore Nature — a fun, family-friendly event where participants from across the country can come together to meet their fitness and fundraising goals while supporting... Read More
Registration is now open for the first-ever WWF Run to Restore Nature — a fun, family-friendly event where participants from...
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