The Gulf of St. Lawrence, home to thousands of species, with robust fishing and tourism industries as well as Indigenous harvest must be protected from risky oil exploration, groups say. TORONTO – Environmental groups took legal action today against the r ...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA-- The federal government tabled a new budget Tuesday acknowledging long standing concerns about water levels in the Great Lakes and providing hope for resolution. "It's gratifying that, the Canadian Government is m ...
email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest MARCH 5, 2018 (Lunenburg, N.S.) – The Offshore Alliance says a so-called 'public engagement exercise' by the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) was totally inadequate and is hap ...
BP Offshore Drill Project Approval Points to Need for Reform, According to Sierra Club Canada Foundation
email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest OTTAWA- Sierra Club Canada Foundation is disappointed, but not surprised, that Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna approved up to seven exploratory drill wells for BP off Nova Scotia yesterday. ...
1400+ sign open letter urging the federal and provincial Ministers of Natural Resources to veto oil and gas exploration in the Gulf of St. Lawrence as deadline nears
In response to the deafening silence from the federal and provincial Ministers of Natural Resources, Sierra Club Canada Foundation has lead one final effort to bring forward the concerns of Canadians, experts, and environmental groups. We have gathered t ...