Toronto – Sewage treatments plants are the Top 10 Water Polluters in Ontario, and are the largest reported releasers of … Continue reading Toxics bill ignores Ontario’s biggest reported water polluters
Here’s your weekly Science Matters column from the David Suzuki Foundation: March 19, 2009 – The discovery by Swiss chemist … Continue reading Ontario joins the movement to make lawns and gardens green
Comment: By Don Sullivan, Executive Director of the Boreal Forest Network Back in the 1990s when Louisiana Pacific (LP) wanted … Continue reading Louisiana Pacific Seeks to Decommission Pollution Abatement Equipment
Media release from Sierra Coalition Canada: January 29, 2009 – Environmental groups are calling for a public investigation including full … Continue reading Chalk River Reactor Pollutes Ottawa River
A “significant” amount of toxic and radioactive waste is likely being dumped illegally in Ontario because the province isn’t keeping … Continue reading Hazardous waste rules not enforced, auditor says
A new study on the health effects of air pollution from traffic in Toronto says a 30 per cent reduction … Continue reading Cutting car emissions saves lives: T.O. report
Provincial and federal officials were expected to release a long-awaited cleanup plan Sunday for one of Canada’s most contaminated sites, … Continue reading Governments set to announce tar ponds cleanup plan
Harmful pollutants have been found in the bodies of four federal politicians who volunteered to have their blood tested as part of Environmental Defence?s Toxic Nation campaign.
Seven hundred top scientists sign letter urging Ottawa to strengthen legislation.
The Canadian Centre for Pollution Prevention (C2P2), through the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, is publishing a booklet for youth on the topic of sustainable consumption.
Click here to dowload the booklet free.