Thank you for joining our “Save the Bees” campaign.

We don’t take the time to breathe in the life around us and do something to protect it often enough, so I want to sincerely thank you for signing our new petition.

Although I know launching a new campaign was the right thing to do, our accountant keeps telling me not to do things like this “because it’s not funded”. He’s right; it’s NOT funded and we have absolutely no resources to fund another -- even small -- campaign.

Mississauga's Natural Capital: The Foundation of Our Health and Well Being

Natural capital refers to stock of natural resources and environmental assets and how they contribute to building healthy communities. The Natural Capital perspective tries to quantify the wide range of benefits that are provided by these natural resources and environmental assets for free.

Democratic Participation: Interesting and Unique Opportunity

February 28, 2013

Dear Friend,

Sierra Club Canada is a proudly non-partisan organization; we’ve always strived to work with ALL political parties, federal, provincial and municipal. Our history is well-documented. That’s not to say we don’t engage in the democratic process, we do! For example, during federal elections we issue a report fairly analyzing and comparing the party platforms. Our mission is to empower people to protect, restore and enjoy a healthy and safe planet, after all!

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 Nuclear Safety Commission’s public hearing into the Ontario Power Generation’s application for a renewal of Pickering A and B licenses. Public hearings begin May 29, 2013 in Pickering, Ontario.

Thank you for taking action to protect sharks

Do you live in Calgary? If you can, please attend the Council meeting in Calgary City Hall at 9:30 am on January 28th to show your support in person.

If you can’t make it in person, a quick, friendly phone call to your alderman can be a huge help. Click here to find out your Alderman’s details and then call (403) 268-2430 and ask to speak to him or her. (Expect to leave a message - you rarely get through the first time, but all voice messages are heard loud and clear!)