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September 28, 2022–Anne Bell
On October 24th, Ontarians will return to the polls to vote for their municipal leaders. The mayors and councilors elected will play a vital role ensuring a healthy, sustainable future ...
May 12, 2022–Lena Milton
Single-use plastics—such as straws, plastic bags, and bottles—are meant to be used once and then immediately discarded. Many of us are already aware of the issue, as images of freshwater ...
April 8, 2022–Anne Bell
As the June 2 provincial election approaches, affordable housing is understandably emerging as a lightning-rod issue, with rents and purchase prices soaring. Unfortunately and unfairly, the issue is being used ...
November 5, 2020–Noah Cole
Malcolm Bluff Shores Nature Reserve © Gabriella Zagorski
Cabin fever and social distancing measures have caused a higher than usual interest among Ontarians to get back to nature. In a recent survey, more than 3,000 Canadians responded that ...
October 22, 2020–Melina Damian
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Trinity Bellwoods Park © Amber Dawn Pullin CC BY-ND 2.0
Trees in and around urban areas maintain healthy communities. Trees not only provide the oxygen we breathe, they also play a vital role in climate change mitigation and adaptation, air ...