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2014-12-22  |  John Bennett

BENNETT BLOG / December 22, 2014

Reflecting is a good thing this time of year. First, I want to thank you for your support and apologize for being so annoying with my constant demands.

Then, give a big sigh of relief…we got through yet another year without being silenced. It is a real concern - many organizations have audits hanging over their heads and others fear they will be next. It can have a chilling effect, and we have felt the chill, examined our operations and made numerous administrative changes…but we will not be silenced. We will continue to speak out--that is our role.

We were targeted by (un)EthicalOil.org in 2012...

2014-12-16  |  John Bennett

Friends,

You did it! You stopped the Love Canal toxic roadtrip. The Love Canal waste will NOT be disposed of in Ontario now—thanks to you!

You can see the breaking CBC story here.

Thank you for taking the time to respond to our call for action!

To quote Margaret Mead: “Never doubt that a...

2014-12-15  |  John Bennett

December 15, 2014

Dear friend:

Thank you for joining hands with Sierra Club Canada Foundation during these troubling times for Canada’s democracy and the environment.

I don’t have to tell you that Sierra Club is North America’s only major environmental group that is also democratic. Over the weekend, we elected a new Board of Directors. They're all volunteers and committed environmentalists prepared to commit their time and energy to the success of Sierra Club Canada Foundation. 

You also know that year-end is every charity’s critical window for...

2014-12-09  |  Webmaster
2014-12-09  |  John Bennett

BENNETT BLOG / December 9th, 2014

One of the most appalling environmental tragedies in American history, Love Canal, is sending its toxic legacy to Sarnia. About 80 truckloads of material—deemed too contaminated to remain in the ground near a residential area of Wheatfield, New York—are headed for Sarnia.

There are several reasons to be concerned.

Sarnia residents, and those who live along the truck route from Love Canal, will be exposed to substantial risk from the mashed-up chemical cargo (containing powerful carcinogens). A spill, accident, or technical failure could all lead to environmental contamination. It’s another case of industry and government...

            

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