Canadian finalists revealed in WWF Earth Hour City Challenge
Edmonton, Saanich, B.C., and Vancouver vie to become Canadian Earth Hour Capital, the winner of ...
Marine protection the next needed step to secure Great Bear region, WWF-Canada says
WWF-Canada applauds the agreement that will permanently protect 85 per cent of the Great Bear ...
40 schools win $500 each to connect classrooms to nature, thanks to WWF-Canada
WWF Go Wild School Grants pilot program supports the best nature-inspired ideas from classrooms ...
WWF-Canada joins call to decommission Springbank Dam on Thames River in London, Ont.
Community will benefit and watershed health will improve from a river that flows more freely
What WWF-Canada advises Finance Minister Bill Morneau in pre-budget consultations
Make combating climate change a key component of all government decision-making, WWF-Canada ...
Beluga protection plan ‘promising’, WWF says
WWF ready to work with federal government to protect critical marine areas in Hudson Bay
WWF urges Resolute Forest Products to engage positively with FSC on forest management
WWF urges Resolute Forest Products—the largest industrial logging company in Canada—to engage ...
High quality protected areas key to Canada’s ocean future
WWF's reaction to the Canadian government's goal to officially designate 10% of its territorial ...
World climate change agreement brings benefits for nature and people
The commitments enshrined in the new global climate change agreement must be translated into ...
Nova Scotia puts Ocean-based renewable energy on the agenda
Province plans to develop enough tidal turbines to power a quarter of the province's homes.
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