PRESS RELEASE (April 16th, 2013): Residents discover coyote badly injured by cruel neck snare Read
PRESS RELEASE: Shooting our local wildlife not an appropriate way to deal with fears and misconceptions.
TWC's executive director comments on recent coyote killing in Toronto. Read
Toronto Wildlife Centre releases the PSA "Whooooo will help" starring legendary NHL tough guy and Deputy Leader of the Green Party Georges Laraque, as head of trauma in a special kind of ER!
Thanks to the generous support of Ontario Power Generation, Toronto Wildlife Centre is working to educate people about biodiversity and wildlife issues. If you would like TWC to do a presentation at your school or community group, please contact us at 416 631 0662 x 3220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRESS RELEASE: Nesting colony of gulls destroyed in an act of cruetly
Toronto Wildlife Centre is appealing to the City of Vaughan at the April 24th General Committee meeting to provide wildlife response for the municipality.
Toronto Wildlife Centre (TWC), the only help for sick and injured, and orphaned wildlife in the Greater Toronto Area, has been told by its landlord, Downsview Park, that its building has been targeted for demolition and the charity will soon have to move.
Ben Mulroney was a guest on Animal Housecalls to talk about why he's supporting TWC on June 10th as a co-host at Spring for Wildlife.
Toronto Wildlife Centre says goodbye to a dear friend
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Alison J. Cooper. Alison joined Toronto Wildlife Centre in 1994 and founded and ran TWC’s Wildlife Rescue and Oil Spill Response Programs.
Alison will be forever missed by her devoted and loving life partner Rhonda, her beloved mother Gwen, father Charles and her dear brother Jonathon (Joanna). She will always be loved and missed by her extended family and friends and by her adoring furry, feathery and finned friends.
Alison guided her family and friends through her illness with unfailing grace, courage and optimism. She loved life to the fullest and took many along for the adventures that her passion for experiencing life brought her.
Alison’s passion for the outdoors and all its creatures was evident in her beautiful photography. Every bird, tree, flower or horizon will remind us of Alison.
Alison J. Cooper
July 25, 1965 - March 28, 2011