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June 17, 2015
Raising the Grade on Outdoor Nature Play and LearningCWF and Partners Make Connecting Kids with Nature a Priority
June 13, 2015
ROM leads citizen-science campaign to document plants, animals and fungi on June 13-14 in Don River WatershedCanadian Wildlife Federation and ROM Biodiversity launch new App iNaturalist Canada that connects all Canadians to our shared natural heritage
May 22, 2015
The Canadian Wildlife Federation and Sailors for the Sea Sign Important Agreement to CollaborateThe Canadian Wildlife Federation and Sailors for the Sea will work together to promote environmental best practices for the boating community in Canada
May 15, 2015
Canadian Wildlife Federation Wants Everyone to Enjoy a Wild SummerThe Victoria Day weekend marks the beginning of summer for many Canadians and the Canadian Wildlife Federation is offering people opportunities that suit a variety of personal interests and activities to connect with our incredible wildlife and nature.
May 7, 2015
Prominent Doctors and Experts Support Clear Link Between Nature and Human HealthThe Helsinki Alert of Biodiversity and Health that confirms the connection between the positive effects of nature on human health is widely endorsed by well-respected doctors and experts.
May 4, 2015
New Study Confirms Lack of Connection to Nature Is Making Us Sick(Ottawa) May 4, 2015 - The newly released Helsinki Alert of Biodiversity and Health report confirms that a lack of exposure to nature contributes to human illness. Primary author Leena von Hertzen along with international leading experts including famed Canadian immunologist and member of the Order of Canada, Dr. John Bienenstock concluded that “the loss of habitat due to urbanization has caused a massive loss of biodiversity and this loss of biodiversity impacts our health.
May 1, 2015
Helsinki alert of biodiversity and healthUrban living in built, asphalt-covered environments with little green space, together with the use of processed water and food, may not provide us with the broad microbial stimulation necessary for the development of a balanced immune function.
April 23, 2015
CWF LAUNCHES NEW LEARNING ADVENTURES FOR EDUCATORSThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is offering several unique professional development experiences for educators this summer. Anyone who works with youth is invited to apply and expand their horizons with one of these innovative programs combining academics and adventure.
April 22, 2015
Budget Supports Two Key Wildlife Programs“We are pleased to see an additional $10 million per year over 3 years to the Recreational Fish Conservation Partnership Program (RFCPP), a program CWF worked hard to help get set up and to improve since its inception,” said CWF CEO Wade Luzny.
April 15, 2015