Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis)

Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis)

Donor Spotlight

  • Thor Vikström, custodian of the Vikström Island nature sanctuary, QC (Photo by Ralph Samson)
    Laval - Thor Vikström, custodian of the Vikström Island natural sanctuary

    An island, surrounded by large cities, finds a benefactor...

  • Kenauk, Quebec (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Cogeco: call of the wild

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is proud to have Cogeco as a partner in our five-year commitment to protect nature and its wonders.

  • Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve, QC (Photo by NCC)
    A creative contribution to a cause: the gift of words of Patrick

    While some donors give the gift of money and others offer land, Patrick has chosen to offer NCC the gift of his time and expertise. Since 2013, he has translated tens, if not hundreds, of texts from French to English. But for the last little while, Patrick has been doing this work pro bono.

  • Joël Bonin and Dax Dasilva (Photo by NCC)
    Age of Union: A new and crucial partner for the St. Lawrence River

    Nature has a way of showing us what is important. In September 2020, tech leader and founder of Age of Union, Dax Dasilva, and I found ourselves on an odyssey down the St. Lawrence River, journeying through ecosystems as unique as you and me.

  • Shelley Ambrose
    Shelley Ambrose

    Shelley Ambrose, executive director and publisher of The Walrus, sums up what Canadians needs to know about NCC.

  • Trail marking at Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (Photo by NCC)
    Paul Archer’s challenge

    At the end of 2018, Paul Archer, chair of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)'s regional board and a loyal NCC partner, took up a fundraising challenge. Its goal: to support NCC in our efforts to provide access to nature through the development of safe trails.

  • René J. Basque (Photo courtesy of René J. Basque)
    Actus Law Droit

    In 2000, René J. Basque, a New Brunswick lawyer specializing in corporate litigation and regulatory work was retained by the Nature Conservancy of Canada to help the charity purchase a tract of land near the Lower Bay of Fundy.

  • Laurier Beaudoin
    Laurier Beaudoin

    Laurier Beaudoin first decided to include NCC in his will as a major beneficiary, and went on to become a volunteer and key partner in strategic community consultations.

  • Jean-Michel Beaulieu (left), before the start (Photo by Marie-Eve Dufresne)
    Jean-Michel Beaulieu: Going the distance for our environment

    I realized the need to help protect Canada’s natural heritage early on. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) seemed to me the best choice, due to its unparalleled mission, its work and its efficiency.

  • Dr. Philippe Blais (Photo courtesy of Dr. Philippe Blais)
    Dr. Philippe Blais

    Dr. Philippe Blais shares his experience as a donor and volunteer. A Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) partner since 2009 and a Leader in Conservation, Dr. Blais is also an active volunteer.

  • Luana Boulanger (Photo by Maria Navarro)
    Luana Boulanger: For the love of the land

    On the land she has come to love deeply, Luana Boulanger reflects on the beauty of nature and its benefits and meditates on its complex and delicate balance. By donating her property to a partner organization of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), she is ensuring a future for this place that inspires contemplation and learning.

  • Marjorie Cameron (Photo by Nathan Elson)
    Marjorie Cameron

    Marjorie Cameron’s life-long passion for the Canadian Prairies is helping ensure a future for greater sage-grouse.

  • John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond (Photo by NCC)
    John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond

    John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond have been involved with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) as donors and volunteers for three decades. The couple helped establish the Pugwash Estuary Nature Reserve, now an NCC Nature Destination.

  • Leslie Ann Chandler
    Leslie Ann Chandler

    In honour of his wife’s passion for nature, Keenan Seattle donated funds from her estate to a conservation project in their home province.

  • Cheryl Cho, NCC Donor
    Cheryl Cho

    Cheryl Cho, NCC Donor

Items 1 - 15 of 63  12345Next


Supporter Spotlight

Small Acts of Conservation - Take the challenge and enter to WIN