Canada is a wealthy country, but deplorable conditions still persist in hundreds of First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities.
Let’s slow down, breathe, listen, look and feel. Only then will we understand our place in the world and what we must do to live well on this small blue dot spinning in an enormous universe.
Ecojustice lawyers are representing the Wilderness Committee and ForestEthics Solutions in a legal challenge against the BC government, arguing the province is bound by law to protect an endangered old-growth Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem.
Promote native habitats! The Nature Conservancy of Canada needs your help cleaning-up junk and invasive ornamentals from conservation lands in the Waterton Park Front.
Before we take from nature to create wealth and employment, we should first consider what must be retained to sustain both wildlife and the well-being of local communities, such as clean air, safe drinking water and healthy local food.
Pushing our kids out the door may be the best way to save the planet. In a survey conducted for the David Suzuki Foundation, 70 per cent of Canadian youth…