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Bat week

October 24-31 is bat week! These fascinating creatures need our help. Learn more about what we do, and how you can help.

Our work to save bats

Protecting wild places on a big, big scale

We've proposed a network of protected areas in BC's Greater Muskwa-Kechika

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WCS Canada scientists get their boots muddy studying wildlife and wild places across Canada in hopes of spurring action to address our growing biodiversity crisis.

A new conservation tool

Key Biodiversity Areas help us pinpoint areas that are most important for protecting of biodiversity

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Change is on our doorstep

Yukon holds among the last large spaces that remain wild on the planet. We cannot ignore our responsibility as the fortunate inhabitants of a place where nature abounds.

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Latest policy comments

WCS Canada Comments - Marten Falls Community Access Road Project Assessment - August 2019
We are providing comments on the proposal by the Marten Falls First Nation to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency who are determining whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the designated project. We recommend that a federal assessment must be undertaken for this project, and that the federal Environmental Assessment Agency should use the Ring of Fire to complete a pilot regional assessment under the new Impact Assessment Act.
WCS Canada Comments - Recovery strategy for Ontario's Ontario’s Eastern Whip-poorwill - August 2019
We provide comments on the province of Ontario's recovery strategy outlined for the Eastern Whip-poor-will, an aerial insectivore.
WCS Canada Comments - Webequie Supply Road Project Assessment - August 2019
We are providing comments on the proposal by Webequie First Nation to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency who are determining whether a federal environmental assessment is required for the designated project. We recommend that a federal assessment must be undertaken for this project, and that the federal Environmental Assessment Agency should use the Ring of Fire to complete a pilot regional assessment under the new Impact Assessment Act.

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Photo credits: Banner | John Meikle © News | Muskwa-Kechika: Ryan Dickie ©, Bat: Aaron Wong ©, Caribou: Susan Morse ©, Yukon stream: Susan Morse ©, Mosaic | Northern Mountains: Hilary Cooke © WCS Canada, Wolverine: Susan Morse ©. Brook Trout: Engbretson Underwater Photography ©, Bat: Cory Olson ©, Wild Places: Hilary Cooke © WCS Canada, Ontario River: Constance O'Connor © WCS Canada, Caribou: Susan Morse © 

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