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Community and culture is a big part of our core here at Time+Space Media Ltd. Over the last 25+ years, we have supported a number of charities in our region and across Canada, both financial and volunteering contributions. In some cases, we have taken our commitment a step further by offering our services in the go-to-market strategy and marketing support capacity for charities such as Phoenix Youth Programs, Atlantic Cancer Research Institute, and Run for the Cure.

This year, in addition to our existing charity work and due to our love of nature, we added the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Atlantic Region to the roster of organizations we support.

For over 40 years now, NCC has been working to acquire and protect natural areas throughout Atlantic Canada. Not only are they Canada’s largest national land organization and ranked the top environmental charity by Financial Post two years in a row, this organization has also been named Canada’s Top Environmental Charity by MoneySense Magazine for six consecutive years. This includes receiving an “A” rating for their financial accountability, transparency and effectiveness.

As NCC embarks on their largest-ever campaign in Atlantic Canada on January 27th, we invited our regional leaders and media partners to join us in raising awareness to help preserve and protect unique natural sites and endangered wildlife within our region.  We were blown away by the support and generosity of our partners, confirming that the secret to a strong campaign has always been in the power of partnerships.

Our strong relationships and shared passions are a privilege that we enjoy and appreciate. It’s also what helps us achieve results. We recognize the importance of fostering these relationships and believe that together we can help grow our communities and make changes that matter.  The Nature Conservancy of Canada project will be just another example of this strength.

So to all of the partners who have contributed, we can’t say it often enough; thank you.

We invite you to connect with the Nature Conservancy of Canada story to learn more about how you can get involved. Visit www.naturestories.ca for more information today!