Thinking outside the mall with a piece of Canada
NCC is launching the 21st annual, Gifts of Canadian Nature. The program provides an opportunity for people to give a gift that helps to protect natural areas and the plants and animals they sustain.
Speaker Series puts the focus on forests
People concerned about and interested in the conservation of nature in Ontario are invited to a public forum at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. The Nature Conservancy of Canada is hosting Why Forests Matter on November 17, part of a dynamic cross-country speaker series on the future of our forests.
Independent review names Nature Conservancy of Canada Top Environmental Charity in the Country
For the sixth consecutive year, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has been named Canada's top Environmental Charity by MoneySense Magazine.
$1 million to preserve and protect B.C. conservation lands
The Nature Conservancy of Canada and the Government of British Columbia have partnered to ensure the continued protection of several ecologically-sensitive properties formerly owned by The Land Conservancy of BC (TLC).
Technology and Nature Come Together
A special feature in The Globe and Mail
NCC mourns loss of a giant in Canadian conservation and ecology
A Halifax man, instrumental both in the Atlantic Region and nationally, with Canada’s largest private land conservation organization has passed away. It is with great sadness the Nature Conservancy of Canada is announcing the death of Dr. Bill Freedman (1950-2015). He died Saturday at his home in Halifax surrounded by family after a courageous battle with cancer.
Nature Conservancy of Canada Publishing Why Forests Matter
To celebrate National Forest week, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is publishing a print special feature, “Why Forests Matter,” on September 24 in nationwide print editions of The Globe and Mail. The feature will focus on Canada’s forests and the role Canadians and NCC play in conserving them.