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  1. Duffin Water Treatment Plant should clean-up its act for Lake Ontario

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    2014-11-26 12:10

  2. Brampton Incinerator Info @ Sierra Peel Group- March 10

    Please spread the word, plan to attend, and bring a friend or two, to this special presentation in March.    BRAMPTON'S PROPOSED INCINERATOR- AT WHAT COST?   Liz Benneian, founder of Ontario Zero Waste Coalition Tuesday March 10, 7 p.m. Region of Pee ...

    2015-02-27 13:47

  3. 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

  4. Prophetic Voice of Dr. Mike Carr Should Give Guidance in Greenbelt Review

    By John Bacher Photo: Urban Sprawl on Oak Ridges Moraine threatens health of Lake Ontario. B y: Mary Lou Bacher The province of Ontario is engaged in what is termed a decade long review of the Greenbelt Plan and its complimentary legislation, Places to Gr ...

    2015-03-10 21:27

  5. We've Commented on Bill 66- The Proposed Great Lakes Protection Act, 2015

    The commenting period for the Proposed Great Lakes Protection Act (GLPA) is now closed but Sierra Club of Canada Foundation made a submission last week during the public hearings before the Standing Committee on General Government. Submission below: Bill ...

    2015-09-30 15:49

  6. SAVE THE DATE for Toronto's March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate

    JOIN US When:  Sunday, July 5th from 1 pm= 6:30 pm. Who: YOU and thousands of other passionate people What:  Gathering in Toronto for the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate. Why:  To stand up against the climate crisis and tell the story of a new eco ...

    2015-09-30 15:56

  7. Fixed utility rates will provide no incentive for conserving energy consumption

    The Star published an article Energy board proposal for fixed hydro rates called “Robin Hood in Reverse” in the Business section on Tuesday.   In a recent draft report, the Ontario Energy Board proposes a fixed monthly rate for utilities rather than charg ...

    2016-02-03 12:49

  8. Pickering Nuclear: A Cracking Bad Idea

    Extending the operations of the Pickering Nuclear plant for up to an additional 10 years beyond its designed life of 2014-2016 is a Cracking Bad Idea. This is the position of Sierra Club Canada’s Ontario Chapter as it participates in the current Canadian ...

    2016-02-09 13:38

  9. Save the Ojibway Tallgrass Prarie Complex and Protect Biodiversity

    Windsor’s Ojibway Tallgrass Prairie complex is a natural and national treasure. Pressured from all sides by urban development, Ojibway contains more biodiversity than does Algonquin Park or the Bruce Peninsula. At present it is a patchwork of protected an ...

    2016-04-19 19:58

  10. Biodiversity Benefits Human Health

    With the link between biodiversity and human health strongly documented it is welcomed that an extensive and complex report, prepared by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD) and the World Health Organization (WHO), is highlight ...

    2016-04-21 10:17