When writing about wildlife or covering wildlife issues the Canadian Wildlife Federation makes the job easier.
February 8, 2016
Canadian Wildlife Federation Goose Gala Tickets 65% SoldMartin Short to perform on April 14th, 2016
January 12, 2016
CWF Supports Youth Projects Across CanadaGrowing a Conservation Ethic: CWF Supports Youth Projects Across Canada
December 11, 2015
2015: Canadian Wildlife Federation Named One of Top 25 Charities in CanadaPutting money raised in Canada to work conserving Canada’s wildlife.
November 30, 2015
Canada has Many More Important Steps to Take on Climate ChangeCanada has Many More Important Steps to Take on Climate Change
November 25, 2015
Inspiring a New Generation (ING): A North American SummitTo help build life-long relationships with nature among current and future generations, Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) sponsored an international conference with other leading organizations in this field that produced recommendations to strengthen programs in countries around the world.
November 24, 2015
Make a Child’s Wildest Wishes Come TrueThis holiday season the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is inspiring people to help make the wild wishes of children come true – by giving them more butterflies to chase, more trees to climb, more playtime outdoors and more things to help create a brighter future for wildlife.
September 22, 2015
HSBC partners with CWF to combat 'nature deficit disorder' amongst 150,000+ Canadians, and WWF-Canada to research 25 major watershedsCWF, WWF-Canada two of more than 140 charities globally to receive significant contributions from HSBC’s global US$150m community fund
August 7, 2015
Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board Educators Embark on a Summer Learning Adventure with a CWF Conservation Course in BCDufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board Educators Embark on a Summer Learning Adventure with a CWF Conservation Course in BC
July 15, 2015
Launch of new CWF and ROM iNaturalist Canada App Gets Great ResponseiNaturalist Canada, the new Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) app is already generating great results. During a two week lead up to Canada Day, Canadians were challenged to sign up and tally as many species as they could. People responded with over 1500 observations during that time period, including a Bald Eagle on Vancouver Island, a large Moose in the backcountry of Algonquin Park and a beautiful Luna Moth on the coast of New Brunswick.
July 11, 2015