Conservation, sustainability and climate change | WWF-Canada

Polar bear subpopulations stable, but sea ice loss is taking its toll

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IQALUIT — At first glance, newly released polar bear subpopulation survey results seem like great news. Two of Canada’s 13 polar bear subpopulations, previously thought to be ...
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14 reasons not to climb the CN Tower

14 reasons not to climb the CN Tower
Why bother? It’s only a unique way to see the Toronto landmark, get fitter and raise funds for a great cause.
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Healthy economies and ocean ecosystems can go hand-in-hand. Here’s how

Healthy economies and ocean ecosystems can go hand-in-hand. Here’s how
The Bay of Fundy is an ecological treasure and an economic resource for the Maritimes. Its immense tides power a unique ecosystem rich in marine life: small forage fish feed on ...
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