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1   Rare Wolf’s At-Risk Status Deteriorates in Ontario...
2   20 cures for Ontario’s green energy disaster...
3   Microbeads listed as \'toxic substance\' en route to ban...
4   CPAWS applauds bill to fix Rouge National Urban Park Act...
5   CPAWS Paddles the Rouge with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau...
6   Species at Risk Protection in Canada is Entering a New Century...
7   Make Rouge National Urban Park 10,000 acres larger, advocates urge Ottawa...
8   A Fix for the Climate Polluting Canada Pension Plan...
9   Government of Canada takes measures to limit air pollutants and further improve air quality for Canadians...
10   Canada’s largest eco-friendly commercial landscaping initiative launched by Bentall Kennedy in Mississauga...
11   Ontario Environmental Commissioner Releases Report Cards on Environmental Rights ...
12   Ecosystem protection enhanced on Oliver Mountain, BC...
13   2015 Northwest Territories Environmental Audit...
14   NL Endangered List Grows through Addition of Three Local Plant Species...
15   Amendments to the Provincial Lands Act, 2016 Introduced...
16   Tidal Monitoring Program Approved in NS...
17   Trans Mountain: Environmental groups launch court challenge against expansion...
18   Pickering Airport foes urge Prime Minister Trudeau to add lands to Rouge National Urban Park...
19   Ottawa issues emergency protection order for rare Quebec frog...
20   How Canadians Can Help Save The Monarch Butterfly....
21   Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline bites the dust...
22   Watch four decades of Great Lakes ice cover flash before your eyes...
23   Record number of piping plover nests found in Wasaga Beach...
24   North America\'s migratory birds are in \'real trouble,\' report finds...
25   Fort McMurray fire’s incredible carbon pulse may account for 10 per cent of Canada’s emissions...
26   Five Things we like about Ontario\'s Climate Plan...
27   Province Celebrates Harrison Land Gift...
28   Good news! Toronto dry cleaners could soon be required to publicly disclose which chemicals they use ...
29   Canada\'s Investment in Clean Energy Technology and Emission-Reducing Research and Development Will Double to $775 million by 2020...
30   Government of Canada proposes new standards to reduce air pollution from equipment and tools used by millions of Canadians...
31   Province announces strong intentions for Greater Golden Horseshoe: Strong follow-through now needed...
32   Environmental Defence puts pressure on province to boost renewable energy, not phase it out...
33   UNESCO World Heritage Committee renews call for Gros Morne buffer zone...
34   BC Program helps fleet operators go electric...
35   New website brings glass sponge reefs to the surface...
36   Ontario Nature celebrates 85 years of protecting wild species and spaces...
37   CPAWS Welcomes Progress on Lancaster Sound National Marine Conservation Area...
38   CPAWS welcomes NL Fracking Panel call for extended moratorium and buffer zone around Gros Morne...
39   Ontarians sharply divided on wind power - poll...
40   Coalition of over 90 groups welcomes the release of Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan...
41   Canada’s Liberal government putting nature first in Greater Toronto’s Rouge National Urban Park...
42   Newsroom : Ontario Passes New Waste-Free Ontario Act...
43   NB Discussion guide on climate change released...
44   Spiny softshell turtle put on endangered species list...
45   Wally Schumann: Northwest Territories Climate Change Strategic Framework...
46   Canada, Mexico and the United States Show Progress on North American Energy Collaboration...
47   A Fix for the Climate Polluting Canada Pension Plan...
48   Minister McKenna and Minister Carr congratulate Ontario on climate action plan...
49   CELA Celebrates Feds Decision to Stop Conditional Registrations of Pesticides...
50   CPAWS applauds bill to fix Rouge National Urban Park Act...
51   81% Of Ontarians Embrace Renewables...
52   New rules for compost facilities to better protect the BC environment...
53   Ontario turtles close to extinction, conservation group worries...
54   Western Canada unites in fight against invasive species...
55   Climate Change Action Plan represents a fundamental shift in the conversation in Ontario...
56   Shell’s retreat from Canadian Arctic creates space for Arctic protection...
57   Alberta moves forward to strengthen independent environmental monitoring and science program...
58   Charges Laid for Tree Cutting at Long Lake Provincial Park...
59   North America is failing to make a splash on ocean conservation...
60   PEI Rocks Wind Power ...
61   Government failing to protect environment from mines: auditor general...
62   Canada wildfire - what are the environmental impacts?...
63   How climate change may be fueling Canada’s fire season...
64   CPAWS welcomes boost in science staff for Fisheries and Oceans Canada...
65   Investment of $97,000 for advancements in recycling efforts in NB...
66   Province-wide bee protection campaign launched – Friends of the Earth calls on city folks to “Let It Bee”...
67   Extreme forest fires: a face of climate change....
68   Nova Scotia a Leader in Reducing Greenhouse Gases, Advancing Sustainable Prosperity...
69   As spring bear hunt begins, environmentalists try to shut it down...
70   Ontario proposes to expand protected Greenbelt lands...
71   Canada Largest Contributor To Deforestation Worldwide...
72   Our new climate denial is even more dangerous...
73   Local experts urging drivers and residents to keep eye out for reptiles and amphibians...
74   Canada works to advance carbon pricing internationally...
75   NB Provincial government creating select committee on climate change...
76   Former Environment Commissioner elected Earthroots board chair...
77   A new report finds Ontario can reduce waste and raise funds to protect the Great Lakes by putting a deposit on plastic bottles...
78   Fate of Ontario’s endangered plants and animals hangs in balance...
79   Ruling Shows Trudeau Should Strengthen Environmental Review Law...
80   Mississauga Welcomes the Urban River Greenbelt at Last! Is this the Start of a Trend? ...
81   New Brunswickers looking to alternative energy to battle rising energy costs...
82   Ontario Helping Local Groups Protect and Restore Great Lakes...
83   British Columbia proclaims May as Invasive Species Action Month...
84   Fine of $100,000 levied against Saskatchewan First Nation for non-compliance with an environmental protection order...
85   Don’t count on the Paris Agreement to stop climate change...
86   Coming soon: Ontario’s green energy fiasco, the sequel...
87   Report cites environmental risks of Energy East pipeline spill...
88   Sage-grouse from Montana now home to roost in Alberta...
89   Government of Canada launches interactive website on clean growth and climate change...
90   Ontario heeds science in commendable wolf and coyote hunt decision...
91   Black Point Quarry Passes Environmental Assessment with Conditions...
92   2 P.E.I. sites bought for protection by Nature Conservancy of Canada...
93   Thousands complain about Toronto\'s public garbage bins...
94   Why don’t we think more about trees in Ontario?...
95   Government helps bring panda-mania to Calgary Zoo...
96   Indigenous communities must be part of the global green energy revolution...
97   Imperial Oil unmoved by renewable energy...
98   Mercury-blighted community of Grassy Narrows takes its case to the UN...
99   The true cost of invasive species in the Great Lakes...
100   BPA found in majority of food cans tested in Canada, contaminating the food that many Canadians consume daily...
101   TPP will be toothless for environmental protection: study...
102   Trudeau must strengthen federal nuclear safety law say environmentalists...
103   CPAWS welcomes federal budget conservation funding...
104   CPAWS welcomes US/Canada commitment to significantly expand land and ocean protection...
105   The Government of Canada releases the first national comprehensive evaluation of mercury in the Canadian environment...
106   BC Parks seeks public input on engagement policy...
107   Wildlife Hold Margin of Victory in Upcoming Prairie Votes...
108   To Sprawl or Not to Sprawl? Saving Ontario\'s Greenbelt...
109   GreenView: Greenbelt expansions key to protecting Ontario’s vulnerable water sources...
110   Valuable, detailed feedback being received for new BC climate plan...
111   Caribou habitat protection and development in Nunavut...
112   First biomass heating project to use waste wood in the North...
113   Permanent stations to protect B.C. from invasive mussels...
114   Alberta and the United Kingdom establish new low carbon partnership...
115   Alberta’s carbon levy drives renewable fuel innovation to diversify economy, create jobs and reduce emissions...
116   First Northwest Territories species at risk recovery strategy released...
117   Premier Rachel Notley supports the Canada-U.S. agreement to cut methane emissions...
118   Province gears up to protect Alberta waters from invasive species...
119   Alberta takes next steps to phase-out coal pollution under Climate Leadership Plan...
120   York Region council wants GTA West corridor environmental assessment...
121   Give renewable energy a chance...
122   Alberta uses cash raised from carbon levy to help finance green energy project...
123   Climate change could boost toxic algae along Pacific coast: study...
124   Environmentalist Jim MacNeill was an early warrior against climate change...
125   Metro Vancouver BOD wants federal environmental review of Massey Tunnel replacement project..
126   First Nations-led environmental assessment needed for B.C. projects like Site C, says coalition...
127   Nova Scotia group maps environmental racism...
128   Take the Challenge: Keep Cats Safe & Save Bird Lives...
129   CPAWS welcomes US/Canada commitment to significantly expand land and ocean protection...
130   The Government of Canada releases the first national comprehensive evaluation of mercury in the Canadian environment...
131   Caribou habitat protection and development...
132   16 New parcels of land being protected under Natural Areas Protection ...
133   Ontario Introduces New Climate Change Legislation...
134   Ontario Funds New Studies To Better Protect Sudbury-Area Watersheds...
135   Trudeau-Obama Climate Announcement Sets Stage for End to Arctic Drilling ...
136   The watchdog sinking her teeth into Ontario’s environmental missteps...
137   Toronto set to become Canada\'s first official \'Bee City\'...
138   Trudeau, Canadian provinces set for tough climate change talks...
139   Vancouver summit kept lid on overheated energy-environment debate: Hébert...
140   Government of Canada and FCM Announce $31.5 Million for 20 Sustainable Municipal Projects...