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As you return from the relaxing days of summer to your work or school routine, Sierra Club of Canada wants to let you know about a few events that you may have missed!
Our third annual Sierra Club of Canada membership drive began midnight June 1st and ends Monday, October 31st, 2005. Heres your chance to strengthen your Sierra Club of Canada local group and chapter, and get more people tuned into the work that we all do to protect the Earth!
Sign up your friends, neighbours, co-workers, and others today!
Join today or read more about the Membership Drive.
ELIZABETH MAY JOINS ORDER OF CANADA
On August 29th, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General of Canada, announced that Sierra Club of Canadas Executive Director, Elizabeth May has been named an Officer of the Order of Canada. She joins with Sierra Club of Canada volunteers, Vicky Husband and Clotilda Yakimchuk, both previous Board members who were previously named Members of the Order of Canada.
Read Sierra Club of Canadas press release.
Find the other new appointments to the Order of Canada.
The question that you, Sierra Club of Canada members, ask the most is, What can we do to make a difference? Here are three campaigns that need your name and your voice to increase their strength. Take the time for any or all actions and know that you are helping to make the change that is needed to protect our environment.
1. Help keep Mackenzie Wild! Visit the site to sign on to the declaration and learn more about the threats of the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline project.
2. Caribou populations across the country are under threat. Visit Caribou Nation to learn more about what you can do to protect herds from coast to coast to coast and beyond our borders.
3. One particular population of caribou, the Porcupine caribou herd, despite having an international agreement between Canada and the U.S. to protect the population, is in threatened by a fall budget vote in the U.S. Congress. Help protect the Porcupine caribou and Gwichin way of life that depends on the caribou.
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