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Canadian Wildlife Federation / Fédération canadienne de la faune — Quick View


Registration no.:
106868755 RR 0001
Charity status:
Registered
Effective date of status:
1967-01-01
Designation:
Charitable organization

Reporting period views


Reporting period ending: 2019-02-28

Programs and activities:

Ongoing programs: The Canadian Wildlife Federation's mission is to conserve-and inspire the conservation-of Canada's wildlife and habitat for the use and enjoyment of all. Our focus is on initiatives such as conducting research and recovery programs to help at-risk species, engaging people in wildlife conservation through education and outreach; and advocating for strong national policies to benefit wildlife. CWF is recognized for our leadership in bringing together a broad cross section of individuals and organizations, from government to industry stakeholders, corporate leaders and non-government organizations and individual people across the country to work together for wildlife. This collaborative model has been a signature approach for CWF and has made us a sought-after expert advisor on wildlife conservation issures in Canada. For more information about CWF programs and how you can get involved, visit CanadianWildlifeFederation.ca

New programs: There are several new programs underway at the Canadian Wildlife Federation. With the support of funding from Fisheries and Oceans Canada, CWF launched a new partnership, Aquatic Habitat Canada, a national network to help governments, local communities, Indigenous organizations, industry stakeholders and conservation organizations more effectively protect and restore healthy and resilient aquatic ecosystems. We also launched a new pilot Monarch butterfly recovery project in Eastern Ontario in partnership to create habitat along roadsides and rights-of-way, control Wild Parsnip while restoring Monarch butterfly habitat and reducing management costs. We continued our work in key areas such as conducting research to help mitigate threats to endangered species including the North Atlantic Right Whale and American Eel, conserving at-risk turtles, establishing a new bat house citizen science monitoring and outreach program, and engaging Canadians aged 18-30 in our Canadian Conservation Corps.


Total revenue: $24,388,000.00


Total expenses: $22,386,500.00


Compensation

  • Total compensation for all positions
    $4,182,000.00
  • Full-time employees
    56
  • Part-time employees
    3
  • Professional and consulting fees
    $1,075,000.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$80,000 to $119,999
8
$160,000 to $199,999
1
$200,000 to $249,999
1

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Screen ID:
CRA-HACC-QVP1
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