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Tag: WWF-Canada

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Long-distance swimmer Robert McGlashan

Swimming across Lake Ontario to raise $100,000 for WWF-Canada

Robert McGlashan, an elite open water swimmer, will soon be crossing Lake Ontario to raise $100,000 for WWF-Canada in his Swim for Change challenge.   “The purpose of Swim for Change is to demonstrate that... Read More
Robert McGlashan, an elite open water swimmer, will soon be crossing Lake Ontario to raise $100,000 for WWF-Canada in...
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Tiger walking in the water

Deborah’s Story: In memory of Doug Knuff

The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife and habitat. This week is dedicated to YOU, our supporters. Thanks for letting us tell your... Read More
The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife...
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Ian Robertson sailing

Ian’s Story: Sailing 1,300 kilometres for nature

The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife and habitat. This week is dedicated to YOU, our supporters. Thanks for letting us tell your... Read More
The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife...
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Sita Jo-Anne Holland

Sita’s story: ‘My life has always been about nature’

The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife and habitat. This week is dedicated to YOU, our supporters. Thanks for sharing your stories with... Read More
The past year or so has been incredibly challenging, but even that hasn’t stopped our champions of nature from protecting wildlife...
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a kelp beach in Foggy Inlet, Newfoundland and Labrador

WWF International turns 60

As WWF-Canada, we’re focused on, well, Canada. But we’re proud to be part of an international organization that, this year, is celebrating 60 years of conservation impact. Since 1961, WWF has grown into a... Read More
As WWF-Canada, we’re focused on, well, Canada. But we’re proud to be part of an international organization that, this...
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5 things you didn’t know about Atlantic walrus

How much do you know about the tusked giants that live along Canada’s northern shores? Here are five amazing facts about Atlantic walruses, including how you can help them: Walruses are benthic foragers, which... Read More
How much do you know about the tusked giants that live along Canada’s northern shores? Here are five amazing...
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105-year-old Beatrice gives to keep birds singing

At WWF-Canada, we have donors of all ages. In fact, some of our supporters have been around for more than a century!  105-year-old Beatrice Weaver grew up in Petitcodiac, N.B. As a young girl, she and her... Read More
At WWF-Canada, we have donors of all ages. In fact, some of our supporters have been around for more than a century! ...
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Meet our supporter that's climbed the CN Tower 29 times

Nature lover and longtime WWF-Canada supporter, Doug Dorsey, has been climbing the CN Tower for 28 years — just one year shy of the 29 years that WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature has existed. ... Read More
Nature lover and longtime WWF-Canada supporter, Doug Dorsey, has been climbing the CN Tower for 28 years — just...
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3 climbers with wildly different reasons to Climb

Whether conquering the CN Tower’s 1,776 steps for the first, second or tenth time, climbers participating in this year’s CN Tower Climb for Nature are set to reach new goals while supporting wildlife and... Read More
Whether conquering the CN Tower’s 1,776 steps for the first, second or tenth time, climbers participating in this year’s...
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5 wild stories from 2018

This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals that captured our collective attention at times when we seemed to need it most. Here’s... Read More
This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals...
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