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© Lora Denis
November 10, 2022–Anne Bell
Advocacy•Greenbelt and Greenway•Habitat•Land-use planning•Water•Wetlands
Green heron and midland painted turtle, Mud Lake, Britannia Conservation Area © Adam Mooz CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
On October 25th, the Government of Ontario tabled Bill 23, the More Homes Built Faster Act, 2022, an omnibus bill proposing sweeping changes to the province’s natural heritage and land ...
November 3, 2022–Mike Robbins
Guest Blogger•Habitat•Land-use planning•Protected Places•Reduce Your Footprint•Water•Wetlands
Silver Creek Wetlands © Noah Cole
For decades, Ontarians have been drawn to the South Georgian Bay area by its beautiful waters and famed escarpment landscape. For residents and wildlife alike, its hills and forests are ...
April 14, 2022–Jenna Kip
Fen, H.N.Crossley Nature Reserve © Smera Sukumar
For Ontarians, some of our most beloved summertime activities revolve around the spectacular Great Lakes. Swimming, boating, fishing and paddling attract millions of us to the waterfront to enjoy time ...
March 3, 2022–Kat Lucas
Conservation Authorities•Guest Blogger•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wild Species
Redside dace © Jon Clayton
What’s black and white and red all over? OK, maybe just red on its sides?The redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus)! The redside dace is one of approximately 150 species of fish ...
July 16, 2021–Margaret Prophet
Greenbelt and Greenway•Land-use planning•Water•Wetlands•Wild Species and Habitat
Holland Marsh © Samantha Cava
The former mayor of Toronto, David Crombie, once gave me invaluable insight about how we view nature. He said, “We look at green spaces and nature as places with potential. ...
© Bill Lishman