Sunset on Long Point, ON (Photo by Ryan M. Bolton)

Sunset on Long Point, ON (Photo by Ryan M. Bolton)

News Releases

  • Nature Conservancy of Canada expands important wildlife corridor in the Happy Valley Forest
    October 12, 2016

    A popular site for hikers, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts near Toronto is expanding. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the purchase of two new properties in one of the GTA’s most biologically rich areas – the Happy Valley Forest.
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  • Cross-border conservation, for Superior’s sake
    August 1, 2016

    Thanks in large part to the combined efforts of a handful of US-based organizations, NCC is within striking distance to conserving one of the last privately owned, undeveloped stretches of shoreline between Duluth, Minnesota and Thunder Bay, Ontario.
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  • 2016 Trees for Schools campaign takes root in Ontario
    February 25, 2016

    This February, NCC is pleased again to showcase Copernicus Educational Products’ Trees for Schools program.
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  • Improving environment and conservation outcomes
    February 19, 2016

    The rare Charitable Research Reserve and the Nature Conservancy of Canada announced the launch of a partnership to address key environmental issues.
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  • Nature’s Aid joins forces with the Nature Conservancy of Canada
    January 12, 2016

    This New Years, NCC is pleased to announce their partnership with Nature’s Aid. At a time when Canadians all begin to think of their New Years resolutions, Nature’s Aid is happy to renew their commitment to the environment through this partnership with NCC.
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  • Speaker Series puts the focus on forests
    November 13, 2015

    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.
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  • Fundraising Campaign Launched to Conserve Baptist Point
    November 10, 2015

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada today announced a fundraising campaign to acquire a key 32-acre (13-hectare) site known as Baptist Point on the Northern Bruce Peninsula.
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  • Crane River Tract conserved on the Northern Bruce Peninsula
    August 13, 2015

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has acquired the Crane River Tract property, 819 hectares (2,025 acres) of forest and significant wetland habitats that are a critical link to existing conservation lands on the Northern Bruce Peninsula.
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  • Schultz Property conserved in the Rice Lake Plains
    June 8, 2015

    The announcement for the acquisition of this newly conserved Schultz property was made yesterday by John Lounds, Nature Conservancy of Canada President and CEO, alongside Albert Schultz and key donors to the project. The Schultz property is 57 hectares (140 acres) of forest, field and significant wetland habitats immediately north of Peter’s Woods Ontario Provincial Park.
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  • Ontario's natural skyscraper
    May 21, 2015

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in conjunction with Forests Ontario have announced the discovery of Ontario’s tallest tree. At Ontario’s Biodiversity Summit today, the groups marked International Day of Biodiversity with the discovery of Ontario’s tallest eastern white pine.
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  • Trees for Schools program 2015
    February 12, 2015

    This year, NCC is pleased to highlight Copernicus Educational Products’ complimentary Trees for Schools program. The Trees for Schools program encourages elementary students in southern Ontario to plant trees as a way of making a positive contribution to the environment. In 2015, NCC has offered expert advice on the type of seedlings to provide.
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  • Fundraising effort launched to conserve important habitat
    November 17, 2014

    Did you know that Ottawa River Valley is home to the longest underwater cave system in Canada? Beneath the surface of the Ottawa River lies a subterranean wonderland seldom seen by the human eye – the Ottawa River Caves.
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  • Powder Islands Conserved
    September 26, 2014

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada in Ontario has announced it has acquired an important site for permanent conservation. It is the 399 acre (161.5 hectares) Powder Islands in Lake Superior. The project was made possible through funding support from the TD Bank Group (TD) from its TD Forests Program.
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  • Celebrate National Forest Week in Norfolk
    September 25, 2014

    To celebrate National Forest Week the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) hosted its first Tweet Folk tour in Backus Woods, located in the Southern Norfolk Sand Plain Natural Area of Ontario.
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  • Set Sail for Conservation on Kempenfelt Bay
    September 18, 2014

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) hosted its first Ontario speaker’s series, Nature Talks, aboard the Serendipity Princess on Kempenfelt Bay in Barrie. NCC staff invited all nature lovers to discover the connection between climate change and NCC’s mission.
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  • Nature Conservancy of Canada announces partnership with Ontario
    September 15, 2014

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry have signed a new 15-year agreement that outlines a shared vision for biodiversity conservation in the province.
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  • Important habitat conserved on Caribou Island
    August 20, 2014

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has acquired a portion of the south-facing side of Caribou Island, 163 acres (65 hectares) of land off the coast of Lake Superior near Thunder Bay.
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