Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Feature Stories

  • Family-focused fun

    These activities are great for families or for those who are not as eager to venture out into the cold. Whether you love to dive into the snow, or would rather appreciate nature from the great indoors, these are your go-to activities this winter.

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  • Keep an eye out for us in the Globe and Mail

    Starting on October 17, the Nature Conservancy of Canada will put up five supplements discussing how we're working to conserve Canadian landscapes and to connect Canadian's to nature.

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  • Make nature a part of your summer

    Satisfy your travel bug by visiting the latest offerings in NCC's Nature Destinations program, which encourages Canadians to explore conserved land across Canada.

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  • Celebrating another year of conservation successes, coast to coast

    Through Conservation Volunteer events, speaker series’ and fundraising campaigns — and with the help of our partners and Canadians across the country — NCC has marked another great year for conservation.

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  • Canada's investment in nature is a clear commitment to conservation

    The 2018 Federal Budget released on February 27, 2018, affirms Canada's commitment toward achieving the international goal of protecting 17 per cent of its land and fresh water and 10 per cent of its coastal and marine areas by 2020. The Nature Conservancy of Canada applauds the Government of Canada’s recent announcement in Budget 2018 that sees a significant investment of $1.3 billion over five years in conserving nature.

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  • Collaboration makes a global impact in conservation

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is proud to celebrate the protection of 3,300 square kilometres of boreal forest in northeast Alberta. When added to neighbouring conserved lands, the area now measures 67,000 square kilometres (6.7 million hectares).

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  • Protecting Canada’s largest ecoregion: The boreal

    Canada is home to 28 per cent of the worldwide boreal zone — a total of 1.3 billion acres (552 million hectares)! Not to mention, three-quarters (7.6 billion acres/307 million hectares) of all of Canada’s forests and woodlands are located here.

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