TORONTO (November 25, 2014) – The global campaign to ban neonicotinoid pesticides took a big step forward in Ontario today. The provincial government — using its own pesticide control legislation — will reduce the use of neonicotinoid pesticides by 80%. The Sierra Club Canada Foundation looks forward to participating in the public consultation in Ontario. […]
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Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner warns that new regulation changes under the Endangered Species Act threaten the protection of the province’s species at risk.
Environmentalists and conservation groups are criticizing Ontario for a recent decision to gut law protecting threatened wildlife.
Sixty-five species slated to receive mandatory habitat protection under Ontario’s Endangered Species Act, may be out of luck if the government proceeds with sweeping exemptions.
Finding new ways to improve the recycling rate in Canada’s most populous province.
The Annual OFA Conference is the largest landowner conference in Ontario! Over 300 people from across the province attend to learn more about forestry including landowners, forestry professionals and the general public. The event will be held on Friday, February 8th, 2013 at the Nottawasaga Inn, Alliston.
Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, Gord Miller, releases a new report on progress and barriers to energy conservation in the province.
The survey conducted by Oraclepoll Research found that 83 percent of Ontarians believe it is important to have more renewable, green energy in Ontario.