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  1. WHY PARKS MATTER- A SPEED-DATING STYLE LEARNING EVENT

    City parks matter for many reasons! Learn from a range of experts why parks are important to people and the environment. At this speed-dating style event, groups of attendees will be rotated through to learn from a series of 8-minute "dates" wit ...

    2016-06-17 17:05

  2. From Pipes to Parks

    PLANifax video from Pipes to Parks Halifax is a wet city! And when all that rain, snow, slush, sleet, etc is done soaking through your clothes, it all ends up somewhere. PLANifax teams up with the Sierra Club Canada Foundation, Halifax Diverse, and Halifa ...

    2016-06-20 10:19

  3. COMMENTARY: My father taught me to love Mother Nature, inspired new Watch for Wildlife program

    Father's Day 2016 Wanda Baxter Local XPress June 19, 2016 My wish for Father’s Day is that more people start thinking about and acting like my dad does when it comes to wild animals hit by vehicles. Wildlife deserves our attentiveness while driving a ...

    2017-11-01 12:16

  4. Can’t We Just Say No?

    Gretchen Fitzgerald's blog Thirteen years ago, I was hired as a consultant to provide expert advice on the impacts of the Digby Quarry. The local community had become alarmed about the quarry when they heard about plans to build a marine terminal at ...

    2016-08-03 14:46

  5. The perils of sharing our roadways

    Watch for Wildlife program puts untimely collisions in public eye Zack Metcalfe The Chronicle Herald August 14, 2016 In the early fall of last year, while driving home down the Bedford Highway, I saw something which I never quite forgot. The vehicles on t ...

    2016-08-16 13:04

  6. Blue Whale Project

    The Blue Whale Project is a program of Sierra Club of Canada Foundation that seeks to be the proactive voice of the endangered Blue Whales in Atlantic Canada. The Blue Whale Project recognizes the Gulf of St Lawrence as critical habitat for this species a ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  7. Summer with the WILD CHILDREN

    Anonymous's blog  Blog by Jenn Whittaker (with Tony Reddin) Sierra Club's Wild Child PEI is sad to say that nature immersion visits have finished for the summer- over 30 visits to 15 child care centres in Charlottetown, Summerside and Montague! ...

    2016-09-05 19:25

  8. The Legacy of Fracking: From Earthquakes to Jessica Ernst

    Join award-winning journalist and author Andrew Nikiforuk for a public presentation, The Legacy of Fracking: From Earthquakes to Jessica Ernst  based on his recent book  Slick Water, a stunning examination of Big Oil and government abuse. Hydraulic fractu ...

    2016-09-30 11:55

  9. Good News for Canada’s Environmental Assessment Law: No Cash Advance for Bilcon

    Federal Court of Canada rejects Bilcon’s application to stay proceedings, denying the Delaware company an early pay day The Sierra Club Canada Foundation and East Coast Environmental Law (ECELAW) and their legal council at EcoJustice are applauding the re ...

    2016-10-04 19:14

  10. Watch for Wildlife joins an International Movement- by Dr. Fraser Shilling, Road Ecology Centre

    Dr. Fraser Shilling, Director of the Road Ecology Center and California Roadkill Observation System September 28, 2016 Watch for Wildlife Nova Scotia has joined a large and growing family of programs around the world working to reduce wildlife vehicle col ...

    2016-09-28 13:42