Fin Art!

Fin Art!

Fin Art!  TUC’S Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser. 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. Like most organizations, TUC has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic through the loss of funding, cancellation of events, and significant reductions in […]

Virtual Electrofishing Course

Virtual Electrofishing Course

Due to the unfortunate circumstances of COVID-19, TUC has decided to offer a virtual electrofishing course option. The lecture and test component will be completed online and the practical component will be completed in Guelph, Ontario at a later scheduled date. This will allow registrants to get certified and move ahead with their fish programs […]

Hanging by a Fin

Hanging by a Fin

Hanging by a fin – Westslope Cutthroat Trout in the Porcupine Hills. There are few places left in southern Alberta away from the mountains where you can find native trout. With declining native trout and char populations across the province, many of the streams in the foothills of Southern Alberta are no longer occupied by […]

Spring Has Sprung

Spring Has Sprung

Spring has sprung– the ecological importance of the spring melt. Today is the first day of spring and as the days get longer, people and critters will be expecting warmer temperatures and the resulting melting of snow from the landscape.  For some homeowners, spring is a nerve-wracking time when flooding is more prevalent as local […]

Dinner & Auction Postponed

Dinner & Auction Postponed

TUC has been carefully monitoring and evaluating the evolving COVID-19 situation in Canada and especially Calgary given our upcoming Calgary Water Conservation Dinner & Auction fundraising event.  In an effort to protect the health and welfare of our guests, supporters, volunteers, and staff we are putting this important event on hold.  We will reach out […]

Thank You, ACA!

Thank You, ACA!

A sincere thank you goes out to the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) for their continued support of our Yellow Fish Road and Water Edu-Kit youth education programs. As Trout Unlimited Canada grows and improves our programming, we realize the need for concise and straightforward curriculum-linked lesson plans for school teachers and group leaders. ACA’s support […]

Class 2 Backpack Electrofishing

Class 2 Backpack Electrofishing

Class 2 Backpack Electrofishing Course: Registration is Open! This one-day course will certify participants in backpack electrofishing. Backpack electrofishing is a widely used method for fish population monitoring and assessment. Instruction will be provided by a Class 1 Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF) certified instructor and meets OMNRF policy standards. The topics […]

What Has TUC Been Up To?

What Has TUC Been Up To?

Curious about what TUC has been up to? Check out our 2019 third and fourth quarter Story Map for an update on what we’ve been up to. Trout Unlimited Canada uses an online presentation platform to report on our conservation and education programming on both a quarterly and annual basis. Our 2019 third and fourth […]

Stormwater Challenge Tips

Stormwater Challenge Tips

As the warmer spring weather approaches meltwater fills and challenges our storm systems. Here are some tips for reducing stormwater runoff and keeping our waters clean and healthy for all the life they support: Store chemicals above ground. Any chemicals that are stored in the basement or below ground level are subject to floods and […]