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We have just released our first annual report, which includes descriptions of our activities, videos from the field, a photo gallery, profiles of our scientists, and our milestone successes from over the years. It is available at http://wcscanada.uberflip.com/i/225912. Help us by checking it out and letting us know what you think by taking this five-question survey at the end.
Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources has finally started a regional land use planning process for the Ontario's Far North, as mandated by Ontario's 2010 Far North Act. We have submitted comments to the Ministry on their strategy.
Arctic wildlife has been severely impacted by climate change, including steep declines in Arctic birds. In a Yale Environment 360 article, our Dr. Don Reid explains a link between some of these shifts and lemming populations.
As part of our climate change efforts with First Nations, WCS Canada worked with KI First Nation and Praxis Films to produce a film about community members and their observations of changes to fish, wildlife, and living on the land in their territory.
Why We Should Care That March 3rd Is Now World Wildlife Day (Source: WCS Global)
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