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Arctic killer whale movements update
For the past eight weeks, WWF-Canada has been tracking a killer whale pod as they head south from the Canadian Arctic.

Assessing the health of the ‘lifeblood of the prairies’
What is the current status of the South Saskatchewan River system?

Killer Whale Tracker: They’re really on the move now!!
As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for the winter. They've picked up speed and are showing no signs of slowing down!

Denial on the rocks and the deadly cocktail that’s impairing our oceans
On October 3rd, a review from the International Programme on the State of the Ocean (IPSO) was released, warning about the alarming growth of multiple threats to our oceans, including warming, unprecedented rates of acidification, pollution, overfishing and destructive fishing practices.

Killer whales or ‘snow birds’?
As fall descends on the Arctic, WWF-Canada continues to track a killer whale pod as they head south for the winter.