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Canada Water Week: Searching for the Elusive Caddisfly
Heather Leschied spends her days in hip waders, wandering through the Flathead River, studying aquatic insects, worms and snails. The bejeweled caddisfly, well-known among fly fishers, is one of the animals that helps her understand watershed health.

Celebrating Canada Water Week: Why healthy waters matter
Champions from Brookfield Johnson Controls Canada and WWF share their memories around water and how they plan to celebrate Canada Water Week!

Gathering the knowledge we need to ensure healthy waters!
Caring for our water health is no easy task. Today’s featured Loblaw Water Fund project is run by the Community-Based Environmental Monitoring Network in Halifax. CBEMN’s Emma Wattie tells us what it takes to support the collection of water quality data for Canada’s lakes, streams and rivers.

Applications open for the Loblaw Water Fund!
WWF and Loblaw Companies Limited (Loblaw) are proud to announce that applications are now open for year two of the Loblaw Water Fund, a granting program to support those working on the ground for a healthy future for Canada’s waters.

A rallying call for Canada’s Freshwater
This past weekend several members of WWF-Canada’s freshwater team attended the Living Waters Rally 2014.