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March 14, 2018
Young Canadians Explore Issues at HeartAfter wilderness camping, the first recruits in the Canadian Conservation Corps are getting ready for several months of field training before unveiling their new community service projects.
February 27, 2018
CWF Celebrates Historic Contribution To Conservation In CanadaThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) applauds the federal government’s historic new investment of $1.3 billion to advance conservation in Canada and an additional $1 billion to support our environmental laws.
February 26, 2018
CWF Experts Available to Discuss Next Steps for Habitat Conservation as Federal Budget is AnnouncedThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) expects to be applauding new federal investments to protect Canada's land, inland waters and oceans in tomorrow’s federal budget. Protecting key habitats are critical to the future of Canada’s terrestrial and marine wildlife and maintaining a strong connection to nature among Canadians.
February 6, 2018
CWF sees a brighter future for Canada’s freshwater and marine wildlife thanks to proposed changes to Fisheries ActThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) predicts a brighter future for Canada’s oceans, lakes, and rivers and the species that inhabit them thanks to the proposed changes to the Fisheries Act.
February 1, 2018
CWF THANKS CANADIANS FOR GOING WILD FOR NATURE: Groundhog Day is the perfect opportunity to share wildlife observationsWith Groundhog Day and World Wetlands Day approaching, the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is encouraging Canadians to post their wildlife pictures to a growing national online database which has quadrupled in the last year thanks in a large part to the Bioblitz Canada 150 project.
January 17, 2018
CWF Joins Canada Service CorpsYouth will soon be travelling by dog sled, helping species like turtles and eels and having a whale of a time with the Canadian Conservation Corps, a new service program funded by the Government of Canada as part of the Canada Service Corps.
January 9, 2018
Not a second to spare: environmental groups react to Ontario government’s plan for recovering endangered eels- Ottawa Riverkeeper, the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF), Ontario Rivers Alliance (ORA), and Ontario Nature joined forces today in calling for urgent and immediate action by the Ontario government to reverse the ongoing decline of the endangered American Eel, whose numbers have collapsed by a staggering 99% in Ontario since the 1980s. The call comes in the final days of the province’s public consultation on its draft Government Response Statement — in essence, it’s an action plan for recovering this endangered species. While applauding the publication of these long-delayed commitments, the groups and their supporters are urging Ontario to go further — and faster — than what it is proposing.
December 15, 2017
Bats rescued for ChristmasThe Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is thanking the community of Almonte, ON for helping to rescue 46 bats this holiday season and calling for donations to support the mammals until they can be released back into the wild in spring.
November 28, 2017
Press Release CWF Launches National Conservation SummitA diverse range of experts from across Canada are meeting in Alberta this week to seek collaborative action for fish, wildlife, and biodiversity conservation.
November 7, 2017