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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

  • ...During Low Flow and High Water Temperature Conditions

    As we continue into the summer months, it is common to have lower water depths and higher water temperatures in our lakes and rivers. It is important to remember the stress that these types of environmental conditions can have on our fish and other wildlife. Fish and other aquatic animals... Read more »

  • Bringing Back Bull Trout

    Project is underway along Alberta’s Eastern slopes

    In fall 2019, TUC launched the Bringing Back Bull Trout Project along Alberta’s eastern slopes with the goal of habitat rehabilitation in support of recovery efforts for Alberta’s provincial fish – the Bull Trout! The project is being supported by the Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at... Read more »

  • A Post-Restoration Success Story

    The discovery of an American Eel (Anguilla rostrata) in Lowville Park in Burlington, ON in 2018 is a major indicator of success for the large-scale restoration project that TUC completed in 2012. Pre-restoration, Bronte Creek within Lowville Park had been degraded over time due to misuse.... Read more »

  • Plans are underway for the Upper North Saskatchewan River Watershed

    2019 was a good year in the west-country with work on watershed rehabilitation projects along the Tay River, Rocky Creek, and Fall Creek in the upper North Saskatchewan River Watershed. In addition, thanks to funding through the Environmental Damages Fund, TUC was able to contract AJM... Read more »

  • Streams and Christmas trees

    Putting old Christmas trees to good use following the holiday season

    Over the summer the TUC Ontario Small Watershed Action Team (SWAT) received over 300 used, donated Christmas trees from two major sources: Somerville Nurseries Inc. and the Ignatius Jesuit Centre (IJC)  The donated Christmas trees, that would otherwise be brought... Read more »

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