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  1. Sanctuary newsletter- fall 2009

      Guelph growth: SCO says, 'Don't sacrifice the environment!', The Money Tree: Home Renovation Tax Credit opportunities, welcome John Bennett as new SCC Director, sustainable cities are different than sustaining wildlands, positive Northern ...

    2011-07-26 10:45

  2. Sanctuary Archive

    Sierra Club Ontario's printed newsletter Sanctuary was replaced with our email newsletter "Ozone" in 2010. Check out these archives to recall the issues & activities of the past. 2010 Winter 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 2009 Winter 2009 ...

    2012-05-04 15:00

  3. Rouge Park deserves better protection

    Rouge Park has been getting a lot of press coverage recently. The proposed federal legislation for Rouge Park is not good enough, and the remarkable ecological values of the park deserve more protection.  A letter signed by 7 environmental groups outlinin ...

    2014-09-04 16:27

  4. Remembering Dan McDermott- Former Chapter Director, Sierra Club Ontario

    Yvonne Ho's blog Dan McDermott (May 6, 1947- January 4, 2017)   Dan McDermott, Sierra Club Canada’s Ontario Chapter Director for 13 years, passed away peacefully on January 4th 2017. It is wonderful to see his influential life mentioned in these post ...

    2017-05-05 19:52

  5. Red Flags Waving for Rouge National Urban Park

    Yvonne Ho's blog The following article was written by  Stephanie Hulse,  Sierra Club Ontario's Environmental Outreach Coordinator. Did you know that in the heart of Ontario’s  Greenbelt  - a swath of federal protected conservation land that reac ...

    2017-07-04 22:19

  6. Recap of Our Natural Capital Volunteer Workshop in Brampton!

    Anonymous's blog Thank you to everyone who came out to our Natural Capital Volunteer Training Workshop on June 25th, 2014!  We were lucky  the looming storm clouds cleared just in time for the evening.   Most of our important work are accomplished wi ...

    2014-09-08 13:38

  7. Recap of One Sweet Day April 19

    Our One Sweet Day event on April 19th was a filled with smiles, sun and fun.  We would like to thank everyone who was involved including the vendors, donors, sponsors, volunteers and attendees; it was a great day thanks to each of you! Throughout the day ...

    2014-09-08 13:33

  8. Recap of Erindale Tree Planting

    Anonymous's blog A big thank you to Credit Valley Conservation and everyone who participated in the tree planting on May 31st, 2014 at Erindale Park, Mississauga!   Among nearly 40 attendees were elected councillors and candidates, community members, ...

    2014-09-08 13:36

  9. Provincial Greenbelt Review Meetings: kick-off in Waterloo (Mar25)

    From our friend Kevin Thomason with Waterloo’s Sunfish Neighbourhood Association— The provincial government announced the formal 10 Year Provincial Greenbelt Review today.  It looks really good with the government strongly supporting the Greenbelt and a b ...

    2015-03-04 13:17

  10. Province Proposes to Rescue Huronia Through Greenbelt Expansion

    email facebook linkedin twitter google+ pinterest Yvonne Ho's blog "Protecting Water for Future Generations" warns that increased storm water discharges created by urbanization "adds sediment to streams that can negatively impact fish ...

    2018-01-03 15:01