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Canada’s future depends on the availability of clean water for drinking, food production, a strong economy and healthy wild spaces. This valuable resource is under threat. Trout Unlimited Canada is the only national organization fighting to protect this resource, and working to physically restore Canada’s water for you.

With your generous donation of Aeroplan miles, Trout Unlimited Canada can carry out more programs across Canada and advocate for the protection of our water. By offsetting travel costs, this means we are able to direct more funds into repairing habitat, improving water quality and ensuring Canadians have plenty of clean, cold water now and in the future.

Since Trout Unlimited Canada joined the Aeroplan member donation program, TUC has used donated Aeroplan miles to offset travel-related expenses for various initiatives including enabling TUC staff members in Ontario to travel to Calgary for annual staff planning sessions, helping to ensure TUC’s presence at meetings with the federal government in Ottawa, facilitating education programming in British Columbia and much more.

news and updates

  • Increasing habitat for the local Arctic Grayling population

    Many of Alberta’s native salmonids (the family that includes trout, char, whitefish and grayling), have experienced serious declines in their range and populations. One threat facing many of these populations is fragmentation, when larger reaches of habitat are broken into smaller... Read more »

  • A snapshot of some of TUC's achievements in 2016

    In 2016, TUC led initiatives which saw 8,500 hours of research conducted by 315 people dedicated to support the development and success of restoration and management plans for Canada’s water 7,500 fish rescued and repatriated across Canada Over 3,500 trees... Read more »

  • Spirit of NAIT Alumni Award presented to Jessica Reilly

    Trout Unlimited Canada wishes to congratulate Jessica Reilly, a fisheries biologist with the Government of Alberta.  Jessica recently received the Spirit of NAIT Alumni Award.  Jessica (Biological Sciences Technology ’05) has volunteered on a number of occasions... Read more »

  • Improvements to Prairie Creek

    The Prairie Creek Fish Passage Improvement Project is now complete

    The major goal of this project was retrofitting the inlet and outlet of an aging culvert (pictured) under the Ram River Gas Plant Road with a fish-friendly end piece and stable upstream inlet structure. Due to the height gap between the culvert outlet and the surface of the pool into which it... Read more »

  • Inspiring Calgary students heading back to school

    Trout Unlimited Canada taught fly fishing, water science and conservation to over 375 Calgary students at Beakerhead in September on downtown Calgary's St Patrick's Island. Beakerhead is considered the "sandbox of ingenuity and a smash up of art, science and engineering". We... Read more »

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