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Tag: CN Tower Climb

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Meet some amazing virtual climbers!

Although our climbers are unable to tackle the CN Tower’s 1,776 steps this year due to the outbreak of COVID-19, they are unstoppable in pushing their fitness goals for nature! Meet some of these... Read More
Although our climbers are unable to tackle the CN Tower’s 1,776 steps this year due to the outbreak of...
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Join Panda Pack in stepping up for nature #VirtualCNTowerClimb

Over the years, WWF-Canada’s internal Climb team, Panda Pack, has been a leading fundraiser for WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature. Now in its 30th year, this event will be one for the record books. Not... Read More
Over the years, WWF-Canada’s internal Climb team, Panda Pack, has been a leading fundraiser for WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for...
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Curious young raccoon, Toronto, Canada.

Fieldnotes: Greetings from the great indoors

Well, it’s a far different world from just a few weeks ago, though it would probably do us even more good now to spend some quality time tending to a yard or balcony garden.... Read More
Well, it’s a far different world from just a few weeks ago, though it would probably do us even...
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Pika, Canada.

The importance of community (and conservation) during COVID-19

This new normal sure doesn’t feel very normal. The growing COVID-19 emergency is affecting all of our lives, and here at WWF-Canada we want to first and foremost express our concern and support for... Read More
This new normal sure doesn’t feel very normal. The growing COVID-19 emergency is affecting all of our lives, and...
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Five animals that could rival virtual CN Tower climbers

For 30 years now, climbers from across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond have tackled the CN Tower’s 1,776 steps in support of nature. This year, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and closure... Read More
For 30 years now, climbers from across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond have tackled the CN Tower’s 1,776...
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Why Cynthia and her colleagues are helping wildlife

One way that our donors make a meaningful difference is through WWF-Canada’s Living Planet @ Work program. Through this initiative, passionate individuals from many different businesses and backgrounds can bring sustainability into their workplaces.... Read More
One way that our donors make a meaningful difference is through WWF-Canada’s Living Planet @ Work program. Through this...
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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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Can you guess some of Canada’s highest-flying birds? (hint: one can fly at nearly 12x the height of the CN Tower!)

For thousands of people climbing Canada’s tallest building for WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature, the height they reach is staggering. But that’s nothing compared to some of the highest-flying birds in Canada. Here... Read More
For thousands of people climbing Canada’s tallest building for WWF-Canada’s CN Tower Climb for Nature, the height they reach...
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Meet WWF's #ClimbersOfToronto

#ClimbersOfToronto aims to highlight stories from some of our amazing CN Tower Climb for Nature participants. Funds raised will help us continue our conservation work. Read More
#ClimbersOfToronto aims to highlight stories from some of our amazing CN Tower Climb for Nature participants. Funds raised will...
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5 climbers worth climbing for

Reach new heights for these tree-huggers and mountain climbers with WWF’s CN Tower Climb for Nature. Read More
Reach new heights for these tree-huggers and mountain climbers with WWF’s CN Tower Climb for Nature.
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