Canada is a wealthy country, but deplorable conditions still persist in hundreds of First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities.
Recognized for achieving one of the best environmental records among Ontario businesses and institutions, Burlington Mall has received the prestigious Platinum Award from the Recycling Council of Ontario (RCO) through its Ontario Waste Minimization Awards program.
You have probably heard about the garbage patches that our in our oceans but may not know the exactly what it looks like. I however do. I have sailed through 2 of them. I remember being amazed at the sudden onslaught of garbage and wondered if a local fishing boat was dumping into the ocean. I […]
Toronto – Today, the One Billionth liquor container was returned to The Beer Store under the Bag it Back program, Ontario’s highly successful deposit return program for wine, spirit and beer containers sold through LCBO and Ontario winery retail stores.
More Than 1.5 Million Kilograms of E-waste, 750,000 Kilograms of HHW Diverted from Landfills by Manitobans in 2009: Blaikie
IKEA Canada announced Tuesday that it will no longer offer plastic bags to customers to tote their purchases. Instead, customers can either bring their own bag or purchase the IKEA Blue Bag, made of recyclable polypropylene plastic and already in use as an in-store shopping bag. The sizeable bag costs only $1. Effective date: July […]
Nova Scotians Have Some Sorting Out To Do – RRFB Nova Scotia survey finds that while nine out of 10 residents recycle, many are unsure of what goes where
TRURO, NS, Oct. 24 /CNW/ – According to a survey commissioned by RRFB Nova Scotia, there is much to celebrate when it comes to Nova Scotian’s enthusiasm for recycling. However, while 91 per cent of residents in the province are doing their part to improve the environment by recycling, many are in need of a […]