Wilderness and Species Conservation

SAVE THE DATE for Toronto's March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate

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When: Sunday, July 5th from 1 pm= 6:30 pm.


Who: YOU and thousands of other passionate people


What: Gathering in Toronto for the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate.


Why:  To stand up against the climate crisis and tell the story of a new economy that works for people and the planet. 



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Grow the Greenbelt: Add Carruthers Headwaters Protection


 

Sierra Club of Canada Foundation is working with Peter Rodrigues (former Pickering Regional Councillor, Ward 3) to protect the Carruthers Creek Headwaters which run through Pickering. The letter below was submitted to Richard Stromberg from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, and reflects the work being done to rally support for the protection of the Carruthers Creek Headwaters.


GROW THE GREENBELT IN DURHAM -- Protect Carruthers Creek Headwaters... Read more »

Heartlake Pollinator Party - June 6, 2015!

Come join us at Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton on Saturday, June 6th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m!

Learn about the Conservation Area, pollinator plants, and the Gitigaan Mashkiki Medicine Wheel Garden!

Help remove invasive plant species and plant native wildflowers.  Activities also include a guided nature walk and Aboriginal teachings.

 

For more information or to RSVP please contact Alyssa Beurling at alyssab@sierraclub.ca

Environmental Education Center "powers the region"

Situated amidst rolling hayfields south of Wakefield Quebec at the entrance to the Municipality of La Peche, the Outaouais Environmental Campus has been reinvesting in our community since March 2008.  We attract visitors and provide viable employment, offering vital services while preserving our natural heritage.  ... Read more »

Flathead Valley

Make it a National Park  



A very special valley lies in the very south east corner of British Columbia. The Flathead Valley is a wilderness treasure of international significance as one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems of the continent and a crucial corridor for large carnivores and ungulates. The Flathead Valley deserves the protection of national park designation not the threat of industrial development.

 
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