Most cities in Canada and the U.S. are lacking in infrastructure to move millions of people safely and affordably. With some notable exceptions, such as Vancouver and Calgary, no successful rapid transit infrastructure projects have been built in Canadian cities for decades.
803: 14 January 2013 – Published by Green Communities Canada. SOLAR CO-OP. Windfall Centre manages York Solar Co-operative’s project development that offers York Region residents an opportunity to invest (Solar Bonds for $1000 each) in local community-owned rooftop solar energy projects. In order to apply for Feed-in-Tariff contracts, the Co-op needs 50 York Region homeowners to sign [...]
Registration is now open for the MCDA’s 37th annual conservation conference December 3-4 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.
Winnipeg – The Wilderness Committee has released a new report designed to educate Manitobans about the impact mining is having on Manitoba’s parks.
The publication documents which parks have mining activity, the risks of all… Read more..
Public comment essential on multinational corporation’s bid to mine peat in Hecla Provincial Park.
Young people often ask me what they have to do to be environmentalists. They want to make a difference. My answer is, “Follow your heart. Do what you love most and pursue it with passion.”
The Wilderness Committee is again calling the Manitoba government to account on plummeting moose populations, and encouraging them to fix the problem by addressing the root cause of the decline: industrial activity in our wildlands.
Manitobans celebrate the provincial government’s announcement to permanently protect the Meditation Lake area in Whiteshell Provincial Park. But concerns about private development at Sylvia Lake in Whiteshell Provincial Park remain.
Winnipeg – The Manitoba government has granted the logging corporation Tolko approval to log the habitat of endangered woodland caribou in northwestern Manitoba.
Winnipeg – Robert Sopuck, Member of Parliament for Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette, today announced the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s successful acquisition of four conservation easements on properties near Riding Mountain National Park in southwest Manitoba.