Media Advisory/Photo Op - WWF-Canada Launches Origami Wilderness in Toronto's Financial District

David Miller to unveil art installation in celebration of "We Are All Wildlife"

TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2015 /CNW/ - On Tuesday, November 24 at 12 noon, David Miller, President and CEO of WWF-Canada will be on-site at 200 King Street West to officially unveil a one-of-a-kind origami wilderness art installation that's 10 feet-high by 24 feet wide and made of faux Canadian money. The origami plants, animals and flowers represents the organization's new campaign #WeAreAllWildlife and is a reminder that nature and the economy must work together to sustain healthy communities.  

The installation space at 200 King Street West has been generously donated by Living Planet at Work supporter Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP and will be in place until December 1, 2015.


The unveiling of WWF-Canada's #We Are All Wildlife art installation


David Miller, President and CEO, WWF-Canada

Panda, Official Mascot, WWF-Canada


200 King Street West


November 24

12:00 p.m.: Origami art installation unveil

12:05 p.m.: one-on-one interview/photo opportunities with David Miller 



For further information: Media Contacts: Chloe Mills, Narrative PR, 416 427 4468 / 416-922-2211 ext. 3326,; and Rowena Calpito, WWF-Canada, 416-489-4567 ext. 7267,


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