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Donor Impact in 2016

The Walrus Foundation spurs conversations across Canada, from kitchen tables to the House of Commons. Donor support enables us to continue providing the provocative long-form journalism, smart essays, and fresh ideas that are essential to understanding our country and ourselves.

  • 210,000 people read a uniquely Canadian perspective in The Walrus magazine.
  • 1,803,812 across the planet read uniquely Canadian perspectives in The Walrus or at
  • 110 writers, from clear across Canada, shared ideas and started conversations.
  • 116 articles were published in The Walrus.
  • 326 pieces of content were posted at
  • 90 artists, illustrators, and photographers saw their work in The Walrus
  • 22 poems from established and emerging Canadian poets appeared in The Walrus.
  • 25 Walrus Talks events happened across Canada.
  • 168 Walrus Talks speakers addressed Canadians.
  • 50,000 Walrus Talks audience members (online and in person) were moved, agitated, and delighted on topics ranging from art to water.

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Other Ways To Give

  • Phone: Christina at (416) 971-5004 ext. 249
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The Walrus Foundation is a registered charitable non-profit (No. 861851624-RR0001) with an educational mandate to create forums for conversations on matters vital to Canadians. The foundation is dedicated to supporting writers, artists, ideas, and thought-provoking conversation. We achieve these goals by publishing The Walrus magazine—which focuses on Canada and its place in the world—ten times a year; producing the national series of Walrus Talks; posting original, high-quality content daily at; and training young professionals in media, publishing, and non-profit development.