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Sierra Club of Canada
Work on matters of public policy and environmental awareness.
This is where we are and what we have to do
October 27, 2014
How better to engage youth than by putting them to work with a National Climate Change Youth Employment Program?
Bee-ware: Bayer is back with a new neonic
October 15, 2014
Flupyradifurone is a new neonicotinoid pesticide from Bayer. That's right, another one!
To conserve or not to conserve?
October 3, 2014
The Green Energy Coalition have saved Ontario-rate payers billions on their gas and electricity bills over the years. Here's a thank you to them.
Green Energy Coalition
It's simple Canada! Let's get back on the climate justice track
September 19, 2014
Supporting the People's Climate March this weekend? Send a message to Canada's Natural Resource Minister while you're at it!
People's Climate March
Think fast! What would happen if a Fukushima-scale accident took place in Canada?
August 29, 2014
August 29 is the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's deadline for comments on its "Hypothetical Severe Nuclear Accident and Effectiveness of Mitigation Measures" report. Send yours in!
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
No one will notice…‘til she blows
August 13, 2014
On July 11 the National Energy Board said it was going consider a request from Imperial Oil and Chevron to weaken the rules for offshore drilling in the Arctic.
National Energy Board
Psst... government secrets can hurt you
July 14, 2014
Governments feed us a lot of malarkey about why secrecy is essential, but 9 times out of 10 there’s no justifiable reason.
Trans Pacific Partnership
Northern Gateway: Isn't it time to reject the past and embrace the future?
June 18, 2014
The federal cabinet approved the Northern Gateway Tar Sands pipeline and it's a decision that could define our times. Why are we standing for this?
Farley Mowat: Legend
May 9, 2014
John Bennett, National Program Director for Sierra Club Canada, remembers author, activist and environmentalist Farley Mowat.
Last lump of coal, first refugee
April 18, 2014
While the rest of the world is pondering the implications of a rapidly changing climate and how to mitigate it, Canadian authorities are refusing to even listen.
Sierra Club Canada
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