Coasts & Oceans
March 6, 2020 – You’re never too young to help conserve Canada’s wildlife, and now St. John’s teens are about to have a unique opportunity to make a difference in their communities through free outdoor adventures and service projects.
February 27, 2020 – The federal government’s new measures to conserve right whales are well founded and we are hopeful they will prevent another mortality crisis; however, the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) is urging the development of a ‘Plan B’.
February 12, 2020, Global News – We are celebrating the arrival of a new baby North Atlantic whale after it was spotted with its mom off South Carolina.NOAA identified the mom as 31-year-old Palmetto who last gave birth in 2009. This is her fifth calf.
February 10, 2020, The Guardian – A total of 250 stakeholders will participate in the two-day summit, which kicked off on Tuesday. It will include panel discussions, exhibits, and other programming that focuses on reducing fishing gear interactions with marine mammals —...
February 10, 2020, PEW – Ropeless traps and other technology show promise but challenges remain, Canadian experts say
February 2, 2020, The Inquirer and Mirror – The good news, the entangled right whale has been spotted again south of Nantucket. The bad news, the right whale is still entangled and has been for weeks. The Center of Coastal Studies have been monitoring the case and are waiting for...
January 9, 2020, News Journal – CMARA aims to improve marine animal rescue, research and outreach on behalf of the Canadian public for the conservation of our marine wildlife heritage.
November 21, 2019, CBC – Environmentalist Sean Brillant of the Canadian Wildlife Federation defends the measures. "I believe the actions that have been taken and are continuing to be taken by Canada are sound and deserve some acknowledgement that these are...
October 16, 2019, CBC – Fog, darkness, high waves make environmental observation impossible, while operations continue apace
September 18, 2019, CBC – 9 U.S. environmental groups seeking ban