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Featured image How Canada’s government can get freshwater right
Concerned about proposed freshwater legislation, WWF-Canada is asking for improvements to regulations to minimize the cumulative impacts of new developments on ecosystems, communities and wildlife.


Seven rare species in the Carolinian zone
From unsung amphibian heroes to flying mammals, there are more rare species of plants and animals here than anywhere else in the country.

Ten birds to spot in the Carolinian zone
Find out why gardening is good for birders (with photography by July Talk drummer Danny Miles).

A million fewer kilograms of garbage in our waters thanks to you
Join Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup’s 25th season and together we can stop a million more.

As governments argue, at-risk woodland caribou decline
Canada’s woodland caribou have been listed under Canada’s Species at Risk Act for 15 years but continue to decline. Now is the time for action.

Research and technology won’t feed starving southern resident orcas
Southern resident killer whales are slowly starving to death. Government must act.