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Ontario Nature Blog

Greenspaces Cannot be Protected Without Youth Voices: Lessons Learned From Highway 413

Under the guise of recovering from the global pandemic, the provincial government is planning to...

The Peoples’ Climate Vote

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has recommended that warming be limited to 1.5 degrees...

Blazing the Trail in Snake Habitat Restoration – What We Learned A Year After the Prescribed Burn at Stone Road Alvar Nature Reserve

Located on Pelee Island, Ontario Nature’s Stone Road Alvar Nature Reserve is part of a...

Twelve New Species Added to Federal Species at Risk List, Including More Bumble Bees

The decline of bees worldwide has been of scientific and public concern in recent years,...

ON Nature Magazine

The Big Thaw: The permafrost ecosystem in Ontario's far north is at a tipping point, threatening not only wildlife habitat but local communities and global climate. What can be done to slow the melting?

Minister's Zoning Orders Video

Minister's Zoning Orders are increasingly being used to fast-track development on farmland, wetlands and greenspaces across Ontario.

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