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March 17, 2015
Eco Alkalines™ becomes an official partner of the Canadian Wildlife FederationThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and LEI Electronics Inc. are excited to announce that Eco Alkalines™ batteries will be the ongoing official battery supplier of the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and a proud partner of CWF’s upcoming Great Canadian Campout which runs until September 30th, 2015.
March 11, 2015
20 YEARS OF COUNTING SWIFT FOXESRead about the latest Calgary Zoo Endangered Species project, supported by CWF.
March 10, 2015
CWF to launch Wild Family Nature ClubsJoin us to celebrate the launch of CWF’s newest education program, Wild Family Nature Clubs. Our launch will be held in The Bienenstock Playforest at Canada Blooms.
February 24, 2015
CWF Partners with Outdoor Council of CanadaIt’s a natural fit. The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and Outdoor Council of Canada (OCC) are teaming up to enhance leadership programs for educators.
February 18, 2015
CWF Launches Wild Pedagogies – An Amazing Learning Journey for EducatorsThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is proud to be launching a new conservation program offering adventure learning journeys for educators and their families.
January 29, 2015
Canadian Wildlife Federation Launches Guide to Best Practices on the Water with New Workshops and Instructor TrainingThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is expanding its Wild About Sports instructor training programs and launching a new guide to best practices on and around the water.
December 17, 2014
2014: In the top 25 charities in Canada!After assessing 86,000 charitable causes and organizations, CWF was named one of the Top 25 Canadian charities by the Financial Post in terms of accountability to donors, efficiency and allocating your donations to actually helping the cause we’ve been tasked to support.
December 17, 2014
Canadian Wildlife Federation Welcomes Species At Risk Act Listing of Three Bat SpeciesThe Canadian Wildlife Federation is pleased by the announcement that three bat species (the Little Brown Myotis, the Northern Myotis and the Tri-coloured Bat) will now be listed under the Species at Risk Act (SARA), providing the bats and their habitats with legal protection on Federal lands and requiring that a recovery strategy be put in place within one year.
October 17, 2014