The programs, services, and emphases of humane societies and SPCAs have evolved over time as a result of shifts in human-animal relationships, leadership decisions, new data and knowledge, and changing social, political, economic, and ethical priorities in the animal welfare landscape and in society more broadly. This presentation paints a comprehensive portrait of the work of Canadian animal welfare organizations, concentrating on the members of Humane Canada™️. We map the presence and prevalence of specific types and sub-types of work including sheltering and adoptions, law enforcement, youth and other humane education, violence link responses, supports for animal caretakers, and programs promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion, and truth and reconciliation. We identify key patterns and recognize the multi-faceted roles nonprofit animal welfare organizations play in our communities and in helping to create a more humane society. We conclude by sharing strategic and compelling areas for future growth and expansion.