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Join us for an engaging evening to celebrate a thriving marine oasis of life in Hudson Bay and James Bay
Date & Time: 7-9 p.m. on September 22
Location: Miles Nadal JCC: 750 Spadina Ave, Toronto
Get Tickets at: inland-sea-secrets.eventbrite.com
Featuring Indigenous leaders
and Wildlands League Expedition Team
- Alison Linklater, Grand Chief of Mushkegowuk Council
- Sam Hunter on living with polar bears
- Janet Sumner, Executive Director for Wildlands League
- Award-winning Indigenous musicians Lawrence Martin and Vern Cheechoo
- The Water Brothers on their compelling imagery
About Wildlands League
Wildlands League is one of Canada’s pre-eminent conservation organizations, collaborating with communities, governments, Indigenous Peoples, scientists and progressive industry to protect nature and find solutions that work for the planet and for all. We are a team of relentless policy experts, strategists and communications experts and have been working in the public interest since 1968, beginning with a campaign to protect Algonquin Park from development. Our vision is to protect at least half of Canada’s land, freshwater and ocean so that future generations can experience and benefit from Canada’s irreplaceable natural wonders and ecosystems.
Through your generosity, you can protect more nature than ever before.
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Wildlands League is helping to protect Canada’s ocean. With 50+ years of conservation expertise and 20+ years of deep relationships with Indigenous people in the region, it was time to safeguard ‘the Bay’ or ‘Weenebeg’ (Cree).