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Here’s some good news for the climate: The Ontario government announced recently that it’s putting a price on carbon pollution by joining...

When documents are quietly posted on government websites late on a Friday afternoon with no press release, it’s rarely good news. And late last...

Happy Earth Day! Forty-five years ago today the first Earth Day was held in the United States. Driven by a growing awareness of the need to protect...

Energy East is primarily an export pipeline, not a made in Canada energy solutio
TransCanada has spent millions on advertising, desperately trying to convince Canadians that Energy East is about getting oil from Western Canada to...

A busy Wasaga Beach on the May long weekend
The protection and restoration of the Great Lakes needs to be a top priority for the province. That’s why a group of forty tourist, health,...

Take Action, strengthenthegreenbelt.ca
From Peterborough to Barrie, Toronto, St. Catharines and Waterloo, hundreds of people are participating in the provincial review of Ontario’s...

We know that urgent climate action is needed. That’s why 25,000 people took to the streets of Quebec City this week. And that’s why it...

We have good news to share thanks to all of you who stood up against toxic chemicals in consumer products. Together we have been able to move the...

On Saturday, I saw red. Not because I was mad, but because tens of thousands of people were holding up red Bristol boards, and wearing red scarves,...

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Tomorrow, Saturday April 11, at 1 pm in Quebec City, something big will be happening. Thousands of people will march through the city to urge Canada...