Yvonne Ho's blog #Canada150 long weekend is finally here! While you're celebrating our wonderful country, don't forget to keep it clean and green! We’ve put together some simple green tips to help keep your festivities as earth-friendly as ...
Yvonne Ho's blog "The Minesing Wetlands is a haven for wildlife in a denuded and biologically sterile environment, at risk of being washed over by shock waves of urban sprawl unleashed by a storm of developers’ greed." The following artic ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The (Greenbelt Plan's) amendments uphold the Greenbelt's most central legacy: its permanence. The following article was written by Thaia Jones, Sierra Club Ontario's Greenbelt Campaign Chair. HERE AT LAST! On May 18t ...
Yvonne Ho's blog Lake Erie's algal blooms are hurting the lake's ecosystem, Ontario’s economy, and the health of communities that depend on it. The following article was written by Dr. Lino Grima, former professor of Water Resources Policy ...
Yvonne Ho's blog T he following article was written by Stephanie Hulse, Sierra Club Ontario's Environmental Outreach Intern. Before I begin this blog, I must preface that I will be referring to all non- Indigenous Peoples living in the “ land th ...
Yvonne Ho's blog The following blog was written by Kristina Jackson, Sierra Club Canada Foundation's National Operations Director, and long time friend and colleague of Dan McDermott. The Freshwater Hero 2017 award is a canoe-shaped piece of woo ...
Yvonne Ho's blog On Saturday May 27th, over 100 of Dan's friends, family, and colleagues came together to pay tribute to him and the wonderful work that he's done throughout his lifetime in fighting for environmental justice, not only here ...
Yvonne Ho's blog Ontario Chapter Natural Capital ...
Yvonne Ho's blog “A Politician only thinks of the next election... A Leader thinks of the next generation.” Patrick Brown, Ontario PC Leader, has shown support for the shelved Mid-Peninsula Expressway- representing a threat to Ontario's Greenbe ...
Niagara's Escarpment-Decew Falls Forest, Largest Remaining Woodland in St. Catharines, at Risk of Losing "Natural Area" Designation and Protection
Yvonne Ho's blog The Escarpment-Decew Falls Forest- which has been identified as an Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) in the Niagara Region, and is the largest remaining woodland in the City of St. Catharines- has been the subject of a 40-year ...