From our friends at Norval Pit-Stop community organization: September 2014 Newsletter Hundreds of citizens cram the Council Chambers to overflowing Many thanks to the hundreds of people who gave up their time to attend the Planning Committee m ...
With more than 80 percent of Ontario’s drinking water coming from Lake Ontario, Sierra Club and Ontario residents will be looking to the new Great Lakes Protection Act (GLPA) for guidance and action on Great Lakes stewardship and protection. Link to Medi ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was originally published in August 2016 on Sierra Club Canada Foundation's blog. At almost 2 million acres, it’s the world’s largest permanently protected greenbelt. Dan McDermott, who is just stepping dow ...
The struggle to protect Ontario's Great Wetlands show a need to restore provincial appointments to Conservation Authority Boards
Yvonne Ho's blog " Conservation Authorities since 1946 have played a major role in protecting Ontario’s landscape from deforestation and consequently, rescuing the province from the blights of desertification and flooding... Since changes in 19 ...
SIERRA CLUB OF CANADA – PEEL REGION GROUP 2014 Calendar http://ontario.sierraclub.ca/en/peel-region-group https://www.facebook.com/SierraClubPeel Sierra Meeting Dates 2014: 2nd Tuesday each month, 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, 7 ...
Bluefin Trailer Sierra Club Ontario is partnering with Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema to giveaway tickets to BLUEFIN- a Canadian eco-doc extraordinaire- produced by Director John Hopkins and to be shown on December 19th. To win a pair of tickets: Tell us in 3 ...
Yvonne Ho's blog PLEASE JOIN US IN CELEBRATING 21 NEW RIVERS ADDED TO ONTARIO'S GREENBELT... THEN ...
Anonymous's blog By Shaima Al-Khalili It finally happened…what scientists and enviros have been trying to get citizens and governments to see finally became undeniable. Twenty days ago today, eutrophication in Lake Erie finally entered the conscious ...
(Photo by Lake Ontario W aterkeeper) Don't miss a talk on "Toronto's Lost Rivers" Wednesday, February 5th at 7pm. At Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 4. Toronto's Lost Rivers include Christie Pits, Garrison Creek, Taddle Cree ...
Come join us at our Annual Tree Planting on Saturday, May 31 from 9am-12pm at Erindale Park, Mississauga! For more information contact Lindsey Jennings at email@example.com or 1-800-668-5557 ext. 445. Ontario Chapter ...