Il est impossible de protéger ce qu’on ne connaît pas. La diversité naturelle se manifeste partout autour de nous sous différentes formes. C’est pourquoi notre Fondation travaille avec des individus, des partenaires et des groupes communautaires pour diffuser notre connaissance de la faune, de la flore et des milieux naturels. Nous œuvrons pour la protection de cette biodiversité afin que tous puissent l’apprécier, aujourd’hui et à l’avenir.
Faune, flore et espaces naturels
Faune, flore et espaces naturels
The Gulf is DyingGretchen Fitzgerald — February 24, 2019
On Monday, February 25th, we will be in court arguing that the licence to drill in the Gulf of St. Lawrence is illegal.
Bighorn Country Proposal: Taking a stand for conservation in AlbertaLindsay Boucher — February 21, 2019
DEFEATED! Doug Ford's Reckless Bill 66!Posted on January 24, 2019
Thank You For a Great Year! And Onward Into 2019!Posted on January 18, 2019
A Special Message From Gretchen Fitzgerald, National Program DirectorPosted on December 31, 2018
Our National Program Director Gretchen Fitzgerald has a little VIDEO MESSAGE for you.
Wishing you and yours a peaceful and safe New Year.
Melissa Munro - Director of Development and Communications
Help Save Sable Island.Posted on December 30, 2018
One of Canada’s and the world’s most pristine places has been put on the bidding block for oil drilling and seismic blasting.
That place is Sable Island.
It is a place of magic and myth. It looms large in our minds as an iconic symbol of all that is wild and beautiful and untouchable.
It is home to wild horses, grey seals, and birds and species unique to just this island.
Your Gift Can Help Save Baby Blues - And We're Going Back To Court To Do It!Posted on December 27, 2018
And we're going back to court to protect them!
Celebrate Gretchen's Important Work With a Gift In Her Honour - December 2018Posted on December 20, 2018
Gretchen Fitzgerald, our senior staff director, is celebrating a birthday.
Beyond her responsibilities leading Sierra Club – from media interviews at all hours, to racing to coalition meetings, to being our well-informed voice to the public – Gretchen is quietly out there on Facebook trying to raise funds for Sierra Club Canada Foundation on the occasion of her birthday this month.
But we want to surprise her with something special.
Bee Nests Are Back For The Holidays!Posted on December 12, 2018
Help support Sierra Club Canada Foundation’s efforts to save the bees through our partnership with Armstrong and Blackbury. Until December 19, buy 3 Solitary Pollinator Bee Nests for $60. Be a safe haven this holiday season!
WHY A BEE NEST?
Dizolve Laundry Eco-strips and Sierra Quarter-Zip Top - Friends of Friends of Sierra Club 2018Posted on December 1, 2018
Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Artist Gerald Beaulieu’s Road-Killed Crows are too Big to IgnoreWanda Baxter — November 24, 2018
Retired Provincial Planner Victor Doyle Wins Victory at Crucial TimePosted on November 19, 2018
In a crucial time, when the land use planning policies he, himself, helped forge under three different parties, over 25 years, are under attack by the newly elected government of Premier Doug Ford, veteran land use planner, Victor Doyle, won a major victory.
Ominous Meeting Begins Growth Plan ConsultationsPosted on November 13, 2018
On November 8, 2108, the newly elected Ontario government began a procedure to revise land use planning processes in Ontario. The setting was the “Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Stakeholders Forum” which was held at the Ontario Room of the MacDonald Block at 900 Bay Street in Toronto on November 8, 2018. Also in attendance was Sierra Club Ontario Chapter’s own Dr. John Bacher. (Photo shows Thundering Waters wetlands where offsetting scheme was tried in past.
Join Mary And Help Protect The Northumberland StraitGretchen Fitzgerald — October 9, 2018
Mary Gorman is a Green Hero, local activist, and Sierra Club Member who has dedicated her life to protecting the Gulf of St. Lawrence. She has lived for decades in the toxic legacy of the Pictou County pulp mill - her family’s cottage was on its once pristine shores.
Montrez votre soutien au premier parc urbain national de l’Anse-à-l’Orme dimanche, le 16 septPosted on September 4, 2018
Au nom de Sauvons l’Anse-à-l’Orme, nous vous invitons à vous joindre à nous et à d’autres citoyens préoccupés par l’environnement pour
une visite guidée des magnifiques champs et forêts qui forment le corridor de l’Anse-à-l’Orme suivi d'une conférence de presse.
National Hike for the Environment 2018 - Social Media AssetsPosted on August 17, 2018
Greenbelt: The LPAT Appeal To Rescue Thundering Waters ForestPosted on August 15, 2018
At 9:46 AM, August 13, 2018, in the Niagara Falls Clerk’s Department, Dr. John Bacher filed a letter of appeal against Amendment 128 to the Niagara Falls Official Plan. The amendment aims to pave over 120 of the 500 acre Thundering Waters Forest. Most of the forest is considered provincially protected wetland barred from development. At the same time, much of the amended lands is known as the Riverfront Community consisting of an unusual savanna complex dominated by a native shrub species, the Dotted Hawthorn. (Photo: Martin Munoz)
Here We Stand...And It's Great News!Gretchen Fitzgerald — August 10, 2018
It’s always nice to come back from a lovely vacation to good news – especially in a summer in which we are all sweating in the heat of impending climate chaos. And I’m happy to have some very good news to share with you.