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The Toronto Zombie Walk

Zombies and bats and you, oh my! It all comes together October 25 during the annual Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade, a “march of the macabre” in support of CWF. Click here for details!

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Canadian Wildlife Federation Events Calendar

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Your Community Events

Are you having an event that will help Canadians in your community create and maintain their outdoor space in a wildlife-friendly way? More »

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Make Nature a Priority in Your Life in 2014

2014 major events calendar for Canadian Wildlife More »

The Toronto Zombie Walk

Zombies and bats and you, oh my! It all comes together October 25 during the annual Toronto Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade, a “march of the macabre” in support of CWF. Click here for details! More »

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Canada Blooms!

Join us at Toronto’s Direct Energy Centre March 14th – 23rd for Canada Blooms: The Flower and Garden Festival More »

The Northern Lights Above Camp
The Great Canadian Campout!

CWF is encouraging people to get outside in their own backyards, neighbourhoods, communities and national or provincial parks. More »

Rivers to Oceans

Join CWF in celebrating Rivers to Oceans Week and help us turn the tide on the threats to Canada’s waterways and the life they sustain. More »

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National Tree Day

On September 26, CWF will be celebrating these “true-north-strong-and-free” trees for National Tree Day. More »

World Water Day
World Water Day

In celebration of World Water Day check out how CWF is already making waves. More »

Larry the Loon

Larry the Loon tells the story of a proud father loon that goes on a fishing expedition and, after being hit by a boat, cannot hunt for himself or go back to his family. More »

Eureka

Join us at the Eureka Festival in Montreal, QC More »

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Salute to the Sockeye 2014

Every four years, millions of sockeye make the 400km journey from the Pacific Ocean to the gravel beds and clear waters of the Adams River, the place of their birth, to spawn and die. This year’s salmon run is... More »