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Smile, salmon – you’re on candid camera. Across Canada, freshwater protection is in high gear
WWF’s Loblaw Water Fund supports organizations protecting freshwater and wildlife across the country.

Salmon: an iconic species under threat
Salmon have huge cultural and economic significance to Canadians, yet our country’s salmon populations are in trouble. Here are some of the biggest threats facing salmon and what WWF-Canada is doing to help.

BC salmon facing hotter, drier rivers
British Columbians are facing increased water restrictions as abnormally hot and dry weather continues across the province. But people aren’t the only ones impacted by these uncomfortable conditions: salmon in the Columbia and Fraser rivers are also bearing the brunt of the blistering climate.

Did you know? 10 Amazing things about salmon
During Canada Water Week, get to know your Water Hero Species – Canada’s iconic salmon can battle strong currents, have an astonishing sense of smell and can even change colour. Talk about a superhero!

Liquid Natural Gas terminals and Skeena River salmon are a bad mix
The Skeena Estuary is also smack dab in the middle of BC’s development boom, with two of BC’s proposed 14 liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants slated for construction there.