The Hamilton Spectator
January 23, 2017
Empowering children on environmental issues entails more than just teaching them the basics of environmental conservation; it’s also about providing them with the opportunities to take action and to make a difference.
As Canada’s largest conservation organization by membership, Earth Rangers have been doing just that for over a decade. And when you empower children to take action on the environment, they can astonish you with their commitment, generosity and effectiveness.
Saskatoon Star Phoenix
October 1, 2016
Here’s a fact about wetlands that many Canadians may find surprising: According to Agriculture Canada, the peat in Canada’s wetlands stores almost 60 per cent of all the carbon stored in all the soils across the country.
Further, those 147 billion tonnes of carbon stored in Canadian wetlands are more than 700 times the annual CO2 emissions from all industrial activity in Canada.
Cheboygan Daily Tribune
April 22, 2016
As an engineer who once worked for the state pipeline safety agency in my region, I was trained to identify prospective threats in an oil and gas pipeline system. Through regular audits, my colleagues and I learned to tell the good pipeline operators from the bad. I’m proud to say my experience with Enbridge puts them squarely in the category of best operators with a deep commitment to safety.
The Vancouver Sun
March 18, 2016
BY GREGORY C. SIEKANIEC
Canada’s boreal forest is a vast tract of land, stretching from British Columbia to Labrador, from Yukon to southern Ontario. This forest is so big that it’s hard to put its size into perspective. But think about this: three-quarters of all Canada’s forests and woodlands are in the boreal zone — that’s some 307 million hectares in total.
April 22, 2016 By David Walkem Certifying a forest to a sustainable forest management standard is an important way for managers to assure their markets and the general public of the sustainable forestry they practice on their lands. Read more
Fun fair provides small measure of relief for families facing uncertainty
Young Estevan rider revs up horsepower for 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games
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Opinion: B.C.’s LNG can cut global pollution
China: Country’s switch from coal to natural gas would have a substantial impact on emissions
Written by Elizabeth and Richard Muller, for The Vancouver Sun, April 7, 2015 Read more
Opinion: B.C. shouldn’t delay its liquefied natural gas plans
Written by: Robert Deane for The Province, March 15th 2015 Read more
NDP Leader Wrong on Tankers
Written by MaryAnn Freeman for The Terrace Standard, August 30th, 2014 Read more