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© Lora Denis
December 21, 2022–Lesley Rudy
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Boreal caribou © peupleloup CC BY-SA 2.0
The Government of Canada makes promises about protecting nature, but do you ever wonder how well they follow through? The Auditor General of Canada has a Commissioner of the Environment ...
December 26, 2021–Melina Damian
Virginia bluebells along the Sydenham River © Smera Sukumar
As 2021 winds down, we would like to celebrate the end of the year by sharing some of our accomplishments and wins for nature. Thanks to you – our members, ...
December 2, 2021–Anne Bell
Habitat•Land-use planning•Species at Risk•Stewardship and restoration
Blanding's turtle, threatened © David Allen CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The Auditor General of Ontario’s report, Protecting and Recovering Species at Risk, is not reading for the faint of heart. Released on November 22, 2021 the audit sets out in ...
January 21, 2021–Anne Bell
Wabakimi Provincial Park © Kieran McMullen
Since 2010, protected areas advocates have focused on the United Nations target of protecting at least 17 percent of our lands and inland waters, and 10 percent of our marine ...
December 11, 2020–Julee Boan
Boreal Forest•Land-use planning•Species at Risk
Boreal caribou © Troy B Thompson CC BY-NC-NC 2.0
When Ontario’s Endangered Species Act (ESA) was brought into force in 2007, the Ministry of Natural Resources granted a one-year exemption to the forestry industry on the premise that industry ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti