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Do you remember the first time you dipped your feet into the ocean? Heard the sounds of the crashing waves, the smell of the fresh salty air and felt the cold water between your toes. Perhaps you’ve seen a whale breaching in the distance or heard the birds along the shoreline. Or perhaps you dream of seeing one of Canada's seascapes soon.
Many Canadians feel the love for oceans and understand how much they give us. Today is World Oceans Day, a day to celebrate and be grateful for our oceans. We cannot survive without the ocean; it provides us oxygen to breathe, provides nourishment, helps us withstand climate change, and supports vibrant coastal communities.
Unfortunately, Canada’s oceans are vulnerable to overfishing, pollution, industrial activity, and climate change. Amazing animals—like the North Atlantic Right Whale on the east coast and the Southern Resident Orca on the west—are at risk of extinction.
This is because the vast majority of Canada’s oceans are not legally protected, leaving marine species and their habitats vulnerable and exposed.
Thousands of Canadians are standing with Nature Canada to fight against proposed projects like the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 expansion on the West Coast and fight for protecting more critical wilderness across Canada. We must work together against activities which threaten our progress towards protecting marine species and their ocean habitats.
You can take action today to protect our oceans against these imminent threats.
Please give a gift that will ensure this vital work continues.
Your gift today will:
You care about Canada’s oceans, and understand why conserving ocean biodiversity keeps our oceans healthy and ensures strong coast communities. Having one of the longest coastlines in the world, we have a responsibility to defend marine areas from coast to coast to coast.
Please give today because all nature needs to be protected.
Yours for nature,
P.S. Don’t forget that Canada has the longest coastlines in the world, we have a responsibility to defend marine areas from coast to coast to coast.
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