Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis)

Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis)

Donor Spotlight

  • Joan B. Rose (Photo courtesy of Joan B. Rose)
    Joan B. Rose

    "I am proud that I have been a long-time supporter of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). I became a supporter because of my love of wildlife and the habitats they live in."

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    The Sadler Family

    "When we first donated to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in 1989, our children were one, three and five years old. We were already in the habit of hiking at local conservation areas and parks."

  • Allan Shaw (Photo by Denis Duquette)
    Allan Shaw

    In a choice between nature and development, Allan Shaw chose to go green.

  • Jean Britton and Ransom Slack (Photo provided by Britton and Slack)
    Jean Britton and Ransom Slack

    Since 2003, Jean and Ransom have been supporting conservation in Manitoba as an answer to their vow to make a difference.

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    Russell Smith

    "When I first received The Ark and read about the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) five-year plan to raise money for wildlife habitat, it sounded like one of the best programs being done in Canada."

  • Peter Solonysznyj (Photo by Silvana Pozzebon)
    Peter Solonysznyj, long-time NCC volunteer and donor in Quebec

    Peter Solonysznyj has been a faithful and committed donor, leader in conservation and Conservation Volunteer at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) since 2008. Learn about what motivates him to be such a nature lover.

  • Scott Thomson (Photo Courtesy of L. Scott Thomson)
    Scott Thomson

    As president and chief executive officer of world-leading Caterpillar equipment dealer, Finning International Inc., Scott Thomson knows a thing or two about a unique value proposition. It’s what drives him to the heart of what he says makes the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) a win-win.

  • Brian Tobin (Photo courtesy of Brian Tobin)
    Brian Tobin

    Brian Tobin is the vice-chair of BMO Financial Group.

  • Portage Lake (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)
    Trottier Family Foundation

    We sat down with the Trottier Family Foundation to get a sense what motivated them to support environmental philanthropy.

  • True nOARth team, clockwise from top left: Charlotte Sobolewski, Sandra Farwell, Kristin Jeffery and Colleen Whelan (Photo by Danielle Davies)
    True nOARth strong and free

    Colleen Whelan, Charlotte Sobolewski, Kristin Jeffery and Sandra Farwell have a message to share. And they’re willing to endure the near unthinkable to make sure Canadians, especially Canadian women, are listening.

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