You dared to dip: Top 10 moments from this year’s Polar Dip

Corporate leaders, workplace teams, wildlife lovers and adventure-seekers gathered on the shore of Lake Ontario and dared to dip into its frigid waters last week to help conserve Canada’s Arctic for wildlife such as polar bears, narwhals and bowhead whales that depend on the sea ice for survival. If running into a freezing lake in the middle of the winter wasn’t enough, more than 100 dippers raised over $30,000 for… continue reading

A climb high that only teams feel. Veterans explain.

Join us on April 8 and 9 for WWF’s CN Tower Climb for Nature. By taking on Toronto’s tallest challenge, you’re taking 1,776 meaningful steps towards a future where wildlife, nature and people thrive. Climbing 1,776 steps up the CN Tower is impressive. Now imagine doing it for the 10th time. On April 9, veteran climber Scott Allen will complete his 10th ascent in support of WWF-Canada, attempting to beat his personal… continue reading

How to grow a green team: Six simple tips from RSA Canada’s green champions

At RSA Canada, green teams are sprouting up like crocuses in spring. Over the past year, the insurance leader has revived a team at its Mississauga office and launched new ones in Montreal and Quebec City. These green champions are helping co-workers reduce paper use, recycle everything from bottles to batteries, embrace carpooling and more. They’re also directly benefitting RSA’s bottom line in the form of cost savings and by… continue reading

Important moves for WWF in Canada

In Toronto, we are moving on from 245 Eglinton Avenue East, our uptown home since 1998, to a new downtown address at 410 Adelaide St. West, just west of Spadina Ave. The new head office is brighter, better designed and less expensive to lease and operate. It’s also closer to where more of our staff live, closer to the Union Station transit hub and accessible by more transit lines, making… continue reading