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Emily Giles
Emily Giles
Emily is WWF-Canada’s Freshwater Manager. She has always been a nature and wildlife lover, and dreamed of having a career in conservation from a very young age. She joined WWF-Canada in 2006, and worked on a variety of projects before joining the Freshwater conservation team in 2009.
Emily holds a BSc in Zoology from the University of Guelph, and an MSc in Conservation Biology from DICE at the University of Kent.  Her favourite adventure to date is her 3 month stint living in the jungles of Borneo, collecting data on bat distribution for her MSc research project.
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2016 Loblaw Water Fund grantees announced
This World Water Day, WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited are excited to announce the 2016 Loblaw Water Fund grantees.

2016 Loblaw Water Fund now accepting applications
WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw) are excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Loblaw Water Fund. The fund supports Canadians working towards a healthy freshwater future.

A Beluga that Inspired a Generation
Canadian singer-songwriter Raffi shares his love for beluga whales and what keeps him feeling connected to nature.

Singing for their supper: Why we need to help endangered belugas in the St. Lawrence
Beluga whales are primarily a marine mammal, and are restricted to salt water habitats in the far north. But did you know that there is a population of belugas in the St. Lawrence estuary – where freshwater from the Great Lakes mixes with salt water from the Atlantic Ocean?

Water, Agua, Eau, Biyah, Paani: Five words for water
What happens when biodiversity and cultural diversity meet at water’s edge? A Toronto project connects diverse communities in the Humber River Watershed to celebrate our natural and cultural heritage.