Earth Day Canada, in partnership with Mill Street Brewery and the RBC Foundation, is looking for Canada’s 2013 Hometown Heroes.
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The Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program offers 20 scholarships worth $5,000 each to reward graduating high schools students for environmental excellence.
Enjoy family-friendly fun at the free Earth Fest nature festival in Burnaby, BC.
As spring blooms across the country, it’s the perfect time to recognize just how important the environment is to every one of us.
Earth Day Canada’s Hometown Heroes Award Program recognizes everyday heroes for their extraordinary work in creating greener communities across Canada.
Earth Day Canada’s Upcycling Challenge is wrapping up but you still have one week to submit your upcycling project!
If you’ve got junky stuff and a scrappy spirit, make something new with something old and enter your project in Earth Day Canada’s 2011 Upcycling Challenge.
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has named Toronto the host city for World Environment Day (WED) 2011 in North America.
While some of us choose to celebrate Earth Day, the e-waves seem filled with the standard skeptics, as well as a new breed of clear-headed “realists” that find fault with any sort of positive Earth Day message.
As part of Earth Day activities, Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is leading an initiative that aims to clean up 38 abandoned, uranium mine and mill sites in northern Saskatchewan.
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David Suzuki: IPCC report is clear and we must clean up our act
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Treaty 8 First Nations take Site C decision to court
Four First Nations in the Peace River Valley team in court challenge against the federal government’s decision to approve the Site C dam.
David Suzuki: The movement for environmental rights is building
More than half the world’s nations already recognize environmental rights. It’s time for Canada to live up to its values and join this growing global movement.
National Geographic honours Gwaii Haanas
Gwaii Haanas has been selected as one of three finalists for a National Geographic Traveler World Legacy Award in the Sense of Place category.
More bad news for bees: The new “F” word
Putting bees and ecosystem functioning at risk endangers us all. It’s time to find a better way.
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David Suzuki: Let’s slow down, for the sake of ourselves and our planet
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