At Tides Canada, we leverage philanthropy in smart ways to address tough environmental and social challenges.
With knowledgeable staff and deep on-the-ground networks, we pool ideas and resources to help address issues that no individual or group can tackle alone. This is furthered by our initiatives that are working to address a range of environmental and social challenges.
We work with donors to invest in local solutions to environmental and well-being challenges. We help bring together diverse groups from across Canada—indigenous leaders, nonprofits, academics, community leaders, regional and national governments, philanthropists, and disparate voices—who are all part of the conversation, and part of our solutions.
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Read about our work on the ground.
Interview: Jess Housty
Grantee partner Jess Housty shares her thoughts on leadership, indigenous stewardship, and how philanthropy can support First Nations.
Eyes and ears on the Pacific Coast
The Coastal Stewardship Network supports local Guardian Watchmen programs led by First Nations communities on the North and Central Coast.
Healing a Great Lake
Lake Erie Alive is facilitating a comprehensive and lasting solution to the lake’s harmful algal blooms via a collaborative, coordinated effort.