McGuinty Government Supports Lake Ontario Atlantic Salmon Restoration Program TORONTO, May 28 /CNW/ – The Lake Ontario Atlantic Salmon Restoration Program has reached a major milestone with the stocking of the one millionth Atlantic salmon. Bringing back wild populations of Atlantic salmon to Lake Ontario is one of the largest freshwater conservation projects in North [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 31, 2008 Kingston, Ontario ONTARIO CSA FARM DIRECTORY NOW ONLINE Empowering Consumers with Alternative Food Choices while Helping the Environment Canadians yearn for healthier food choices but those choices are difficult to find. One alternative food choice is Community Supported Agriculture where local farmers offer a better solution to grocery [...]
The Ontario Urban Forest Council (OUFC) is a non-profit group that works to advance the conservation and maintenance of urban forests across Ontario. We also provide technical support for groups addressing urban forestry issues and offer various workshops on a wide range of topics. We work in partnership with all sectors, bringing together professionals, academics, [...]
For politicians, a win-win scenario is rare. Every political issue seems to have its diametrically opposed interests, perpetually lined up for battle and rarely satiated. So when someone suggests a win-win-win scenario, eyebrows and suspicions tend to be raised. The Globe’s web-exclusive comment, by Robert Bateman, Farley Mowat and David Suzuki…
(King City, April 3, 2006) A major new landowner information project, created by 23 conservation and environmental organizations working together to provide co-coordinated conservation services, has been launched in selected areas of the Oak Ridges Moraine.
Ontario farmers are slowing the delivery of food to grocery stores in their latest effort to push government for more aid to compete against subsidized agricultural producers from abroad.
CPAWS Wildlands League and Sierra Legal Defence Fund succeeded in having 8,000km of roads pulled from mining maps on the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) website. The groups found that MNDM disregarded the confidential nature of over 8,000km of logging roads in Algonquin Provincial Park.