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CN Tower Climb: 11 conservation successes over 25 years
April 25th & 26th is the 25th Anniversary of the CN Tower Climb for WWF. Together – we’ve accomplished a lot in 25 years!

Leading the pack to WWF-Canada’s 25th Anniversary CN Tower Climb
The Cruse family makes climbing and fundraising an annual tradition.

WWF holiday adoption gift guide: Introducing the bald eagle!
This holiday season, WWF is introducing six new species for you to adopt and take home, including the bald eagle! Let’s meet this majestic bird.

WWF Holiday Adoption Gift Guide: Six of your favourite species
The holidays are almost here! WWF symbolic adoptions are a great gift that support our crucial conservation work and the perfect solution for all those on your list, especially the hard-to-buy people who already own it all.

A Lament for the Orca
The recent death of Rhapsody, a pregnant female southern resident orca, highlights the precarious situation of the southern resident killer whale (SRKW) population that inhabit the waters of Southern BC and Washington State, an area generally known as the Salish Sea.