• The Damage Done: An Unflinching Look at the Tragedy of Landmines, June 1st

    The Damage Done: An Unflinching Look at the Tragedy of Landmines, June 1st

    Canadian Landmine Foundation Presents: The Damage Done Monday, June 1 Bloor Hot Docs Cinema 506 Bloor St. W. @ Bathurst, Toronto  416.637.3123 *Click here to buy tickets* Award-winning filmmaker Richard Fitoussi met Satya Yorm as he was rushed into Cambodia’s busiest war-trauma hospital after stepping on a buried explosive. From there, Richard couldn’t stop asking

  • Video: The Mine-Sniffing Rats of Africa

    Video: The Mine-Sniffing Rats of Africa

    In this short video, Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times visits a minefield in northern Angola, Africa to learn about the use of rats in landmine detection and clearance. For more information, please click here to read the full article. Also follow these links to some of our previous stories about landmine detection animals:

  • Daniel Craig (AKA James Bond) Appointed U.N. Advocate Against Landmines

    Daniel Craig (AKA James Bond) Appointed U.N. Advocate Against Landmines

      We recently posted a short landmines awareness video of Daniel Craig, perhaps most famously known for playing the roll of James Bond. On Tuesday, Craig further increased his personal role as landmines awareness advocate when the United Nations gave the British actor a ‘license to save’ by appointing him as the first global advocate

  • Daniel Craig Message for Mine Action Day

    Daniel Craig Message for Mine Action Day

    Daniel Craig Message for Mine Action Day British actor Daniel Craig, perhaps most well known for playing the roll of James Bond, has supported United Nations mine action work over the last two years and recently made this short video message for the 10 year anniversary of the observance of the International Day for Mine

  • Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-Free World Chile, 2015

    Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-Free World Chile, 2015

    Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-Free World Chile, 2015 Detection and removal of anti-personnel landmines is a serious problem of political, economical, environmental and humanitarian dimensions in many countries over the world. It is estimated that there are 110 million landmines in the ground right now; one for every 52 inhabitants of the planet. These mines kill

Education and Awareness

  • The Damage Done

    The Damage Done: An Unflinching Look at the Tragedy of Landmines, June 1st

    Canadian Landmine Foundation Presents: The Damage Done Monday, June 1 Bloor Hot Docs Cinema 506 Bloor St. W. @ Bathurst, Toronto  416.637.3123 *Click here to buy tickets* Award-winning filmmaker Richard Fitoussi met Satya Yorm as he was rushed into Cambodia’s busiest war-trauma hospital after stepping on a buried explosive. From there, Richard couldn’t stop asking

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  • NYT-rats

    Video: The Mine-Sniffing Rats of Africa

    In this short video, Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times visits a minefield in northern Angola, Africa to learn about the use of rats in landmine detection and clearance. For more information, please click here to read the full article. Also follow these links to some of our previous stories about landmine detection animals:

    Read more »
  • Daniel-Craig-UN

    Daniel Craig (AKA James Bond) Appointed U.N. Advocate Against Landmines

      We recently posted a short landmines awareness video of Daniel Craig, perhaps most famously known for playing the roll of James Bond. On Tuesday, Craig further increased his personal role as landmines awareness advocate when the United Nations gave the British actor a ‘license to save’ by appointing him as the first global advocate

    Read more »
  • daniel-craig

    Daniel Craig Message for Mine Action Day

    Daniel Craig Message for Mine Action Day British actor Daniel Craig, perhaps most well known for playing the roll of James Bond, has supported United Nations mine action work over the last two years and recently made this short video message for the 10 year anniversary of the observance of the International Day for Mine

    Read more »
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    Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-Free World Chile, 2015

    Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-Free World Chile, 2015 Detection and removal of anti-personnel landmines is a serious problem of political, economical, environmental and humanitarian dimensions in many countries over the world. It is estimated that there are 110 million landmines in the ground right now; one for every 52 inhabitants of the planet. These mines kill

    Read more »

Contact Information

Matt Baker, Administrative Coordinator

Phone: (519) 885-5183
Toll-free phone: 1-866-346-5221
[email protected]

Mailing Address
Canadian Landmine Foundation
c/o LCMSDS, Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON, Canada
N2L 3C5

Physical Address
232 King St. N. Waterloo, ON

Business Hours
Monday to Friday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed

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