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CNIB

A registered charity, CNIB provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure blind and partially sighted Canadians have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life. The charity works with its clients in their own homes and communities, providing a range of programs and services that help people to overcome the challenges of sight loss, increase their independence and achieve their goals. CNIB also advocates for equal access and an inclusive society, and strives to reduce unnecessary vision loss by promoting the effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. Having 900 employees and 10,000 volunteers across the country, CNIB serves thousands of Canadians of all ages. Companies who work in partnership with CNIB help to ensure vision hope and vision health for all Canadians. CNIB works with some of the biggest brands in Canada. "CNIB works in communities all across Canada, so whether your company operates regionally or nationally, you can be a leader in promoting vision health and enhancing independence for people with vision loss". Contact: Director, Corporate Giving. Address: 1929 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, ON M4E 3E8. Tel.: 416-486-2500, ext. 8361. Fax: 416-480-8658. E-mail: info@cnib.ca.
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CAC/001 NATIVE TERRITORIES AVIAN RESEARCH PROJECT
The primary objectives of the Native Territories Avian Research Project (NTARP - BN # 84776 0865 RR0001NTARP) will be education, training and the establishment of programs to involve Native Peoples with birds, bird studies, interconnected species and related environmental topics, as they may impact native lands. The organization is permitted by Environment Canada, Ottawa via a Scientific Permit to capture and band migratory birds, which includes songbirds, hummingbirds, hawks and owls. "We currently have two banders with hummingbird permits, which is a specialized permit. There are only six in all of Ontario. NTARP bands birds on territories throughout Ontario. Our main base is located on Walpole Island First Nation, along with Six Nations of the Grand, the Chippewas of the Thames and Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island. Our programs also include elementary school participation. We have involved schools on WIFN and Six Nations. These educational programs include songbird banding, hummingbird banding and Monarch Butterfly tagging. In July, we participate in Camp P'Skapiidaa, located on the Wiky Territory on Manitoulin Island. This is a program offered to native children 11-17 years of age in Ontario through the University of Western Ontario, which integrates traditional native methods with scientific research. We participate in many events throughout the year, including International Migratory Bird Day (WIFN) and Earth Day (Six Nations) and give Powerpoint presentations to environmental groups, birding societies and area naturalists organizations. Throughout the summer we actively participate with and encourage area community Stewardship Ranger programs to spend several days with NTARP. Our long-term objectives are to train and educate residents within territories to become bird banders and run their own banding stations. Spring and Fall migration monitoring is vital data; yet monitoring territorial breeding and nesting is fundamental. We cannot preserve and protect unless we know exactly what species each territory hosts in spring and summer". Details of sponsorship opportunities are available on request. Contact: Rachel A. Powless, President. Address: 5742 S. Pinnacle Ct. West Bloomfield, Michigan, USA. Tel.: 248-788-1116. E-mail: NTARP1@aol.com.

 

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