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Cold feet at the office? Your Polar Dip engagement and fundraising questions answered by the pros

Cold feet at the office? Your Polar Dip engagement and fundraising questions answered by the pros
Tips from veteran dipper Gillian Hrycko (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) and fundraising expert Esha Bhatti (HP Canada) .
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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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17 reasons 2017 is going to be a great year for the planet (really!)

17 reasons 2017 is going to be a great year for the planet (really!)
Put down the planetary pessimism and take a big dose of conservation optimism instead: the new year will bring major conservation gains. Here are the most important ones.
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JOIN THE POLAR BEAR WALK

Polar Bear Walk 
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Every year, female polar bears in Hudson’s Bay walk up to 5,000km. Finding enough sea ice to go the distance is getting harder. This Polar Bear Week, ditch your car and symbolically walk with the iconic bear to protect the Arctic.

FUNDRAISE FOR WILDLIFE

TAKE THE POLAR DIP

WWF Polar Dip 
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On February 28, take an icy plunge into Lake Ontario.

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WWF'S CN TOWER CLIMB FOR NATURE

 
	© Frank PARHIZGAR / WWF-Canada
This is your chance to conquer all 1,776 steps of the CN Tower to make meaningful conservation possible for nature and wildlife.

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