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Four ways you can make Halloween less scary for wildlife
The scariest thing about tigers, bats and ghostly cats is their declining populations in the wild. This Halloween, you can conjure up some fun to help species thrive.

Help kids run all over the place for nature. Here’s how
The Kids’ Run for Nature family friendly 1K and 5K fun runs expand across the GTA and as far away as Calgary

Graeme Loader’s life remembered with legacy ride to raise funds for wildlife conservation
Last month, over 150 people participated in the inaugural "Graeme’s Cycle/Walk for Wildlife", an event to honour the life of Graeme Loader and his passion for both cycling and the outdoors.

Kids’ Run for Nature
Young runners gathered in Toronto’s Withrow Park to support wildlife conservation at the first annual Kids’ Run for Nature.

Young Community Panda Leader: Arabella Quattrocchi
This past winter Community Panda, Arabella poured her heart and soul into raising awareness and funds to help protect polar bears and their Arctic habitat during WWF’s Polar Bear Week.