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Kimberley Dunn
Kimberley Dunn
Marine Policy and Research Associate
Kim is dedicated to bringing the ocean to our nation’s capital. She fell in love with the sea before ever leaving the corn fields of her rural Ontario upbringing, and spent over a decade living and working in coastal and marine environments before coming to Ottawa.  Kim holds a business degree and a masters in resource and environmental management, and she loves to work at the intersection of people, nature, industry, and public policy.

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Five new projects to bring ocean awareness to Ottawa
WWF-Canada announces this year’s Ottawa Wave Makers.

Meet the Ottawa Wave Makers
It’s time to introduce the winners of the Ottawa Wave Makers microgrant program. This first-of-its-kind program is a partnership between WWF-Canada and HUB Ottawa that awards small grants to projects that raise awareness in Ottawa about oceans.

World Oceans Day: WWF celebrates a sea of innovation in the nation’s capital
This year in Ottawa, World Oceans Day, June 8, was all about innovation. WWF spent the day celebrating big, bright ideas from across Canada that are focused on healthy oceans.

An Ocean of Meaning: Beyond the science at Sea Sick play in Ottawa
Balancing the intersection of science and art, Sea Sick is the stage adaptation of Alanna’s award-winning book. Crowds have been gathering in theatres across the country to see it, and this weekend, Sea Sick came to Ottawa.

The Sound on The Hill: ‘Father of Nunavut’ and WWF bring the Arctic to Ottawa
WWF-Canada and the All Party Ocean Caucus hosted an ‘Oceans on the Hill’ event to draw attention to Lancaster Sound – a critical marine area in Canada’s eastern Arctic in need of federal protection.