WWF-Canada (also known as World Wildlife Fund Canada) is one of Canada's largest conservation organizations and is a member of the WWF global network, actively contributing to the protection, management and restoration of the environment. Its name remains World Wildlife Fund in Canada and the United States, but is known as World Wide Fund for Nature around the world.

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  • Lancaster Sound MPA
    After years of efforts and appeals from WWF and our supporters across the country the federal government has announced that Tallurutiup Imanga (Lancaster Sound will be Canada's largest marine protected area, with over 109,000 km² protected from oil, gas and mineral exploration or exploitation.
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  • WWF CN Tower Climb 2017
    Take Toronto's Tallest challenge and climb the CN Tower April 8th and 9th for WWF's CN Tower fundraising climb. For more information visit: http://support.wwf.ca/site/PageServer?pagename=climb16_home
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  • The WWF Polar Dip 2017
    Are you ready to take the polar plunge? Gather your friends, colleagues, and neighbours, start your fundraising and join us for the 4th Annual WWF Polar Dip Feb. 28, 2017 on the shores of Lake Ontario. Register Today! wwf.ca/polardip
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  • Snow Leopard Quadruplet Cubs
    These quadruplet snow leopard cubs were captured on a camera trap in Western Mongolia earlier this year. It's the first time a litter of 4 cubs has been observed in the wild. Learn more about WWF's snow leopard conservation efforts: http://www.wwf.ca/conservation/species/snow_leopard_sos.cfm
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  • A Holiday Gift from SK Films & The Water Brothers
    WWF-Canada Water Ambassadors "The Water Brothers" (Alex and Tyler Mifflin) stopped by before the holidays to deliver an early Christmas gift: A $5,000 donation from SK Films after they won the Nature Inspiration Award for Best Canadian Business from the Canadian Museum of Nature. To learn more about about SK Films nature and IMAX cinema work visit: http://skfilms.ca/ To catch up with the latest ...
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  • Adopt a species this holiday season
    This holiday season, share your heart by adopting an at-risk species from WWF-Canada. With more than 30 species from which to choose, you are sure to find the perfect gift that kids will go wild over. Your valuable support will extend beyond this holiday season, helping to conserve wildlife and our planet for future generations. Visit http://wwf.ca/shop to adopt today.
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  • Halfway on TX2
    Your support has made it possible to halt the global decline of tigers. We are officially at the halfway point of TX2, and for the next six years, WWF will continue our work towards doubling wild tiger numbers by 2022. Visit http://wwf.ca/wildtigers to see how you can help bring wild tigers back from the brink of extinction.
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  • The Capelin are Rolling
    Capelin are forage fish and we need them for healthy, sustainable oceans. Help us track capelin rolling events along the St. Lawrence and around the Atlantic provinces. Visit www.ecapelin.ca
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  • WWF-Canada's Healthy Waters Summit with PM Justin Trudeau
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined WWF-Canada CEO David Miller on stage in Ottawa for the release of our new Watershed Report assessing the health of Canada's major watersheds. Protecting our freshwater resources is a priority for this government and we are proud to work with Prime Minister Trudeau and his ministers to ensure a long future for this critical natural resource and habitat.
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  • Narwhal Tusk Behaviour
    Narwhals have a long tusk, which is actually a canine tooth that spirals counterclockwise up to nine feet forward from the head of adult males, and a small percentage of females. In this footage, a narwhal can be seen using quick taps of its tusk to stun Arctic cod, rendering them immobile and thus easier to capture and eat. The behaviour was captured by two drones belonging to documentary filmm...
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  • A New Narwhal Discovery
    Narwhals have a long tusk, which is actually a canine tooth that spirals counterclockwise up to nine feet forward from the head of adult males, and a small percentage of females. In this footage, a narwhal can be seen using quick taps of its tusk to stun Arctic cod, rendering them immobile and thus easier to capture and eat. The behaviour was captured by two drones belonging to documentary filmm...
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  • New Narwhal Tusk Behaviour
    Narwhals have a long tusk, which is actually a canine tooth that spirals counterclockwise up to nine feet forward from the head of adult males, and a small percentage of females. In this footage, a narwhal can be seen using quick taps of its tusk to stun Arctic cod, rendering them immobile and thus easier to capture and eat. The footage is significant, both for partially unravelling the mystery ...

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