NEW! BOOK YOUR VISIT
The Habitat reopened to the public on July 1. All guests are required to book their visit in advance.
UNIQUE FOR CONSERVATION
Highest standard of care.
UNIQUE FOR RESEARCH
Globally recognized partners.
Broadest behavioural data.
INVESTING IN CONSERVATION
The Canadian Polar Bear Habitat is currently home to Ganuk, Henry, Inukshuk, and Eddy. With 24 acres of pristine, natural environment, we offer them a home as close to wild as possible.
We also recognize the importance of learning as much as we can from them to improve the welfare of all polar bears, whether wild or in human care.
INVESTING IN RESEARCH
The Habitat collaborates with climate change and polar bear researchers and institutions around the world.
The research conducted at here allows scientists to understand more about individuals in wild populations. This is essential for the long-term survival of polar bears in a changing Arctic climate.