• Ottawa Treaty Anniversary: Enters Into Force March 1st 1999

    Ottawa Treaty Anniversary: Enters Into Force March 1st 1999

      The international treaty to ban landmines, signed in Ottawa on 3 December 1997, entered into force on this day (March 1st) in 1999. The treaty is slowly eradicating the production and use of the anti-personnel landmines around the world, but more can be done. The Canadian Landmine Foundation (CLMF) exists to foster education and

  • Blessing: The Story of One Landmine Survivor

    Blessing: The Story of One Landmine Survivor

    A landmine survivor from Zimbabwe named Blessing was recently featured on the TV show The Doctors. Blessing received reconstructive surgery after suffering life-threatening injuries to his face and body from an exploded landmine. His story is one of inspiration but also education, as the need to raise awareness about the dangers of landmines remains extremely

  • Teaching Rats to Locate Landmines

    Teaching Rats to Locate Landmines

    Despite a growing interest in the development of mine detection technologies, the removal of many anti-personnel landmines and explosive remnants of war remains the work of professional personnel who work with well-trained animals. In the past, the Canadian Landmine Foundation (CLMF) has funded the training of mine detection dogs, but recently rodents have been added

  • To Walk the Earth in Safety: U.S. Landmine Policy

    To Walk the Earth in Safety: U.S. Landmine Policy

    The United States has recently taken further steps in a positive direction to help support the Ottawa Treaty and international efforts to eliminate dangerous landmines globally. Please take a few moments to read this brief summary of the US Landmine Policy, and also follow the link at the bottom of the page to read the

  • Bill Graham, Radio-Canada: Progrès dans le dossier des mines terrestres

    Bill Graham, Radio-Canada: Progrès dans le dossier des mines terrestres

      Depuis 1997, 162 États ont ratifié le Traité d’Ottawa sur l’interdiction des mines antipersonnel. Est-ce dire que le problème a disparu? Non, mais il y a eu beaucoup de progrès nous dit Bill Graham, ancien ministre fédéral des Affaires étrangères et de la Défense. Se il vous plaît cliquer sur ce lien pour écouter

Education and Awareness

  • Then UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan at Ottawa Treaty signing ceremony

    Ottawa Treaty Anniversary: Enters Into Force March 1st 1999

      The international treaty to ban landmines, signed in Ottawa on 3 December 1997, entered into force on this day (March 1st) in 1999. The treaty is slowly eradicating the production and use of the anti-personnel landmines around the world, but more can be done. The Canadian Landmine Foundation (CLMF) exists to foster education and

    Read more »
  • Blessing-HeadShot

    Blessing: The Story of One Landmine Survivor

    A landmine survivor from Zimbabwe named Blessing was recently featured on the TV show The Doctors. Blessing received reconstructive surgery after suffering life-threatening injuries to his face and body from an exploded landmine. His story is one of inspiration but also education, as the need to raise awareness about the dangers of landmines remains extremely

    Read more »
  • Mine-Rats

    Teaching Rats to Locate Landmines

    Despite a growing interest in the development of mine detection technologies, the removal of many anti-personnel landmines and explosive remnants of war remains the work of professional personnel who work with well-trained animals. In the past, the Canadian Landmine Foundation (CLMF) has funded the training of mine detection dogs, but recently rodents have been added

    Read more »
  • Obama

    To Walk the Earth in Safety: U.S. Landmine Policy

    The United States has recently taken further steps in a positive direction to help support the Ottawa Treaty and international efforts to eliminate dangerous landmines globally. Please take a few moments to read this brief summary of the US Landmine Policy, and also follow the link at the bottom of the page to read the

    Read more »
  • MineDog2

    Bill Graham, Radio-Canada: Progrès dans le dossier des mines terrestres

      Depuis 1997, 162 États ont ratifié le Traité d’Ottawa sur l’interdiction des mines antipersonnel. Est-ce dire que le problème a disparu? Non, mais il y a eu beaucoup de progrès nous dit Bill Graham, ancien ministre fédéral des Affaires étrangères et de la Défense. Se il vous plaît cliquer sur ce lien pour écouter

    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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