Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Feature Stories

  • A Once and Future Great Lakes Country

    A new book by Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Chief Science Officer and National Director of Conservation Operations, John Riley, presents a detailed accounting of the geologic, natural and human history of the Great Lakes Region – an area that, according to Riley, “now supports a population of more than forty-five million and a shared annual economy of more than $1 trillion. It is a place that is open to the continent, and now to the world, more of a crossroads than anything separate or insular.”

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  • Valuing the natural capital of NCC's protected areas

    The purpose of this paper is to review the natural capital values of several properties conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) through the TD Forests program. Since the program launched in 2012, TD Forests has helped NCC protect more than 37,000 acres (15,000 hectares) in nine different types of forest habitat across Canada. This report considers the value of these lands from a natural capital perspective.

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  • Come visit NCC this summer

    Canada turns 149 this year. This Canada Day, let’s celebrate our country’s landscapes that offer habitat to thousands of species, in some of our country’s majestic pristine forests, lakes and rivers.

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  • Reaching new heights

    Nature Conservancy of Canada named top environmental charity by MoneySense magazine for the sixth consecutive year.

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  • Federal Election 2015

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada urges all federal political parties to build on the success of the Natural Areas Conservation Program and to inspire the world with our commitment to land conservation and sustainable use of our land. Working together, we can make the choices that will conserve the natural areas that define and sustain us.

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  • Celebrate Canada's forests

    From the scrubby forests of Nova Scotia’s coasts, to the towering giants in British Columbia’s rainforests, 10 percent of the world’s forests grow right here in Canada.

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  • 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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