Scientists had an urgent message for the politicians, and it's up to you and me to make sure they do something about it.
Sierra Club of Canada
Work on matters of public policy and environmental awareness.
Three weeks after Canadians elected a new government, we may be entering the biggest moment of opportunity this country has seen in a generation.
Last week, the heads of Canada's largest environmental organizations, met in New Brunswick to discuss the Bay of Fundy and the Energy East Pipeline.
Is there a need to create a broad and vague definition of terrorism that police and CSIS may one day use to label organizations a "criminal threat" to Canada's economy or "infrastructure?"
Join author Paul McKay on Sierra Club Canada's Protect the Pollinators Tour that kicks off March 17.
RCMP intelligence reports are suggesting Sierra (along with Greenpeace and Tides Canada) are contemplating unlawful activity around petroleum infrastructure.
Government members of the Federal Standing Committee on Health are using their majority to force a very quick review of the Pest Control Products Act.
Canada's Premiers are meeting in Ottawa January 30, and Harper's not going. That's too bad because it just might be the biggest climate change meeting ever in Canada.
Ontario plans to restrict the use of bee-killing pesticides. However, a recent meeting is leaving this in limbo.
It's going to be a great year for the pollinators -- but hard work still needs to be done!