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What We Do
The Walrus Lab offers services for clients who need help getting their message out to the right audience. We take advantage of our expertise in storytelling and convening power to navigate complex conversations and make our partners look their best. The Walrus Lab specializes in client-branded awards, prizes, tours, custom content, podcasts and more. We’re based at The Walrus in Toronto; our business is across Canada from coast to coast to coast.
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Testimonial from Community Foundations of Canada
Through two print publication supplements and a digital article, The Walrus helped Community Foundations of Canada amplify key editorial pieces on the future of philanthropy in Canada written by staff members. The Walrus team worked closely with us to edit and design quality submissions, and was able to deliver copies of the magazine to participants who attended our Belong 2017 Community Foundations Conference. The articles helped frame key conversations about community philanthropy and social innovation not only within Canada’s community foundation movement, but across the engaged and dedicated readership of The Walrus.
Testimonial from WWF-Canada
WWF-Canada wanted a vehicle to drive our conservation stories about water health and at-risk marine species to an educated, mainstream audience. The Walrus helped us meet this need by designing a beautiful, multiple-spread supplement inside the magazine’s popular Summer Reading issue. We were thrilled to see notable Canadians, such as photographer Ed Burtynsky, who tweeted his support, engage with the content. We are confident that our conservation success stories reached a knowledgeable audience that cares about the future of our planet. Overall, it was great to be able to showcase our work in such a high-quality publication.