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Great Lakes and Central U.S. Viewed From the International Space StationCanada-O
Today, the Ontario and federal governments signed a new Canada-Ontario Agreement Respecting the Great Lakes Basin System. This agreement is an...

Have you pulled out, dusted off and put up your holiday decorations around your home yet? If you have (or you plan to do so soon) you may not be...

DEC
11
2014
With the complete absence of federal leadership on climate change, it is refreshing and encouraging to see some Canadian provinces stepping into the...

Yesterday in Parliament, Prime Minister Stephen Harper called regulating the largest source of carbon emissions in the country, the oil and gas...

Bee on yellow flower
We need pollinators, such as bees, to pollinate one third of all the food we eat. That’s why there is so much concern over the increasing...

Little girl drinking water
It’s been 14 years since the Walkerton water crisis when people across the province learned they couldn’t take for granted the systems...

The day after President Obama was elected in 2008, the Canadian government announced that it would match U.S. action on climate change. That promise...

Cities and towns need fresh, local food and farmers need to be able to grow it close to these areas. The 5,500 farms in Ontario’s Greenbelt...

Streamside buffers help maintain stream water quality and improve trout habitat.
Ontario’s agricultural sector contributes to a vibrant food system and prosperous economy that nourishes our communities and promotes health...

Low lake levels on Lake Michigan
By Anastasia Lintner, Lintner Law and Nancy Goucher, Environmental Defence Last Thursday, the Government of Ontario filed a new regulation that,...