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Greetings from beautiful Cascais, Portugal! I have traveled to the other side of the Atlantic Ocean with 10 Canadian students, who are in Grade 9 up...

On Monday night, as election results were tallied across the GTA, there was at least one trend: where citizens were engaged on development issues...

TransCanada has been using inaccurate and outdated information to promote its Energy East pipeline and tanker scheme. As TransCanada prepares to...

OCT
27
2014
This is a guest blog by notable photographer Robert van Waarden. Robert’s work has published in National Geographic Traveler and Canadian...

OCT
23
2014
For most parents, the scariest thing on Halloween is the inevitable late evening sugar crash. But forget about the sugar snacks and little monster...

tar sands
Oil prices are at a 5-year low, and that’s having some big impacts on the Canadian economy. The Toronto Stock Exchange is plummeting in lock...

OCT
17
2014

Greenbelt Forest at Risk

Posted by sswail in Greenbelt
It’s fall. And, Ontario’s forests are their most beautiful right now. So it’s especially poignant that an Ontario woodland is at...

It’s one thing to describe the wetlands, rivers, lakes, forests or whales Energy East threatens. It’s quite another altogether to show...

The scariest thing you will see this Halloween won’t be the little ghosts and goblins knocking at your door. It will most likely be in the...

2013/14 ECO Report to the Legislature
By Susan Swail, Greenbelt Campaigner and Nancy Goucher, Water Campaigner This week's report from Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner shows...