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© Lora Denis
January 25, 2023–Corina Brdar
Global Climate Strike - Toronto, 9-27-2019 © Noah Cole
Snip, snip, snip. That’s how my supervisor, Anne Bell, described the recent tangle of legislation and policy proposals dumped on Ontarians in October and November of 2022. It was my ...
January 20, 2023–Kristen Setala
Indigenous Relations•Protected Places•Wetlands•Wild Species and Habitat
Trumpeter swans, Nabish Lake © Darlene Salter
By now you’ve probably noticed our provincial government has been taking a thorough, bit-by-bit approach to dismantling our environmental laws and policies. This makes the environmental challenges we are facing ...
January 13, 2023–Gideon Forman
Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk
Massasauga rattlesnake © Joe Crowley
I’ve been thinking about Samuel Beckett and Ontario rattlesnakes. There used to be two species in the province, the Massasauga and the timber. But for decades there’s only been one. ...
January 13, 2023–Zachary Pothier
How To•Reduce Your Footprint
© Sam / Unsplash
From newspapers to conferences to medical appointments, so many aspects of our lives have permanently shifted online. Sometimes, it has been done in the name of going green, by avoiding ...
January 6, 2023–Renee Suzanne Lemieux
Environmental Education•Habitat•Recreation and Events•Water•Wild Species and Habitat
Boreal forest, Obatanga Lake © Scott Smithson
The name “Ontario” originates from an Iroquoian word meaning “sparkling” or “beautiful” water. With more than 250,000 lakes and countless rivers and streams, it’s not hard to see how our ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn