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Featured image ‘Historic moment for Nunavut’ at renewable energy summit
Multiple announcements at summit that documented the reliability and financial feasibility of habitat-friendly clean energy in the harsh Arctic environment

Small fish are finally getting the attention they deserve
Without adequate monitoring, herring and capelin have been slipping through the cracks. We’re looking out for forage fish.

Four ways you can make Halloween less scary for wildlife
The scariest thing about tigers, bats and ghostly cats is their declining populations in the wild. This Halloween, you can conjure up some fun to help species thrive.

Nature-rich B.C. First Nation chooses partnership with WWF-Canada
Partnership will combine expertise of WWF-Canada with the traditional knowledge of the Gitga’at people to protect the land and water in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.

WWF-Canada joins EcoSpark to support citizen science on the Humber River
Citizen scientists on the Humber River are using community monitoring to connect people with nature and learn about the health of our water.

Canada’s caribou herds risk disappearing. Here’s why and what you can do
The plight of the Arctic’s barren-ground caribou is now one of Canada’s greatest wildlife conservation concerns. Learn more about this iconic species and how you can help ensure their survival.