The Race is on to Conserve Lake Huron’s Last, Large Wilderness Island in the...

Part of larger effort to preserve areas between Grand Bend and Manitoulin Island https://youtu.be/g79A0wgPFsg This World Water Day, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is announcing...

Deficits in big-spending pre-election budget tee up ballot-box choice

OTTAWA — The final budget of the Trudeau government's mandate will scatter billions in fresh spending — on everything from pharmacare to retraining workers...

Water Day Walk Set For March 22

The First Annual Indigenous Women’s Anti-Violence Task Force (IWAVTF) Nibi Giizhigat/Water Day Walk will be held Friday, March 22nd, 2019. The IWAVTF welcomes people...

Chinese evidence behind canola impasse? ‘So far we’ve heard nothing,’ Carr says

OTTAWA — International Trade Minister Jim Carr says Beijing has yet to provide an explanation for China's decision to block canola shipments from one of Canada's largest grain producers. A Chinese...

105cm and Counting

You may think that Sault Ste. Marie must have broken a record for snowfall this year, but you'd be wrong. Though the City is experiencing...

Support for climate change action could wane if no help for coal workers: report

OTTAWA — The federal government has to prepare communities that are economically dependent on coal for a future when their products aren't needed if...

Ontario mulls single-use plastics ban in waste diversion strategy

TORONTO — Ontario is weighing a ban on single-use plastics as part of a broader strategy to send less waste to landfills. Nearly a tonne...

Reducing Litter in Parks and Neighbourhoods, but how?

The province is inviting public feedback on proposals to reduce plastic litter and waste in our neighbourhoods and parks across Northern Ontario, including Sault...
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Sheehan Announces 900 New Jobs In Northern Ontario

The Government of Canada is working to protect the environment while creating good jobs and economic opportunities for Canadians. Today, the Member of Parliament for...

High court won’t hear case about decision to euthanize B.C. bear cub

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a case about the authority of conservation officers to euthanize wildlife following the controversial death of...

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