Sandpiper, Winter 2010-2011

Publication Date: 
December 1, 2010
The Sandpiper is the quarterly newsletter for the Atlantic Canada Chapter of Sierra Club Canada! Here's what you'll find in the Winter 2010-2011 issue...   >> James Hutt vs. the 25-Litre Water Challenge! >>> Home Heating Tips from Micah Christopher >> Mink Farming and Nova Scotia Waterways by James Hutt >>> Gettin' Canned: Preserving Winter's Bounty by Kelley Consolvo >> Film Review: "Flow: For Love of Water" by Courtney Morrison >>> Name That Critter in Creature Feature by Heidi Verheul >> Current volunteering opportunities >> Chapter News & Updates, Film Reviews and more!

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 ON agricultural trends - a report from Thunder Bay, Dumpsite 41 blockade a success, and more...

Sanctuary newsletter - summer 2010

  Deepwater Horizon/ tar sands and the need to clean up our act, children need wild time, York Energy Centre in King Township defies democracy, The G20 = lost opportunities for climate work, and more...

Sanctuary - spring 2010

Diversity Program will strengthen the Green Movement and SCO, road tolls - the best option for transit expansion, water issues are a focal point for Greening Nipissing, and more...

Sanctuary newsletter - winter 2010

Publication Date: 
January 30, 2010
Priorities for preservation in Peel, Pedal for the Planet pushes for policy not climate change, international policy & cooperation needed to combat global climate change, TO City election evaluations, and more...

Sanctuary newsletter - summer 2009

Publication Date: 
August 30, 2009
No Going Home: victim of toxic contamination in Cambridge ON describes the effect on her life, ON building codes need updating for sustainable materials, protecting the Rouge via National Park status, can Sierra help Canada become the next green "economic tiger"?, ON takes a nuclear time-out, and more...

Sanctuary - spring 2009

Greening a teachers' trade union: no simple feat, threats to the Great Lakes leave them less-than-great and under seige, gaps in the Green Energy Act, Peel Group plants 500 trees for Earth Day, and more...

Sanctuary newsletter - winter 2009

Publication Date: 
January 30, 2009
Reconnecting with the wild: Sierra Club outings as inspiration, economic crisis and the environment: how it's being handled in US & Canada, review of "" discussion of technology and peak oil, Peel annual meeting review, Pickering Airport call to action, and more...

Sanctuary - fall 2008

Publication Date: 
October 30, 2008
Sustainably heating your home, Do you know how valuable Canada's boreal forest is?, Duffins Creek outing report, latest on Niagara region activities, better fundraising and cooperation for Sierra Club's future, and more...

Sanctuary - summer 2008

Publication Date: 
August 1, 2010
How to build rapid transit that works, Carbon Tax vs. Cap & Trade, Duffins Creek watershed, Peel Group packs the Caledon planning meeting, Money Tree: Is GE's green initiative working?, and more...