Développement durable

Pour protéger notre planète, nous devons apprendre à vivre en harmonie avec la nature. À l’échelle locale comme à l’échelle nationale, la Fondation Sierra Club Canada s’engage à promouvoir des modes de vie plus durables et viables.

Join us for webinar & discussion on sustainable oceans

Webinar: Marine protected areas and beyond: setting sail for a sustainable ocean
When: Thursday, January 28, 2021 for 30-40 minutes starting 7:30pm Atlantic time/ 6:30pm Eastern time/ and so on...

Join us for the latest installment of our All Hands On Deck webinar series. A series intended to showcase the diversity of issues and solutions as we come together to deal with the environmental and social challenges of our time.

2020 Call for Nominations for National Board

Each year at the Annual General Meeting the membership votes in our new Board members. This year we are especially seeking diverse candidates whether representing different cultures, backgrounds or experiences. We need more Black, Indigenous, and People of Color on our Board. We would love to hear from you if you are interested. 

The Foundation and its Mission 

Bad Week

blog by Gretchen Fitzgerald

On Wednesday afternoon, we received the decision from the federal court that, while our case questioning the regulation exempting exploratory drilling from impact assessment was serious enough to warrant judicial review, the exemption itself could come into force even as we continue to pursue the case.

Video - It's Gretchen Fitzgerald's Birthday! Honour her tireless work with a gift to Sierra Club Canada Foundation

No gifts for Gretchen! But if you would like make a donation to Sierra Club Canada Foundation to honour her work to help save our planet, you would make her birthday wishes come true. (And there's also a little gift for you when you do.)

The First Right Whale Calf Of The 2019-2020 Calving Season

We are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of the first right whale calf for the 2019-2020 calving season.

Yesterday, this sweet newborn and mother pair were sighted off Sapelo Island off the Georgia coast.

This is the first calf for right whale #3560, and she is 14 years old. There are four other expectant mothers who are being monitored by our allied agencies, and we are hoping that more pregnant mothers have yet to reveal themselves.