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Il faut de toute urgence porter attention à la protection de la faune et à la lutte contre les espèces envahissantes, selon la commissaire à l’environnement de l’Ontario.

Published Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:42:58 EST Read More

Les déclins des populations d’orignaux, de chauves-souris et d’amphibiens mettent en évidence des problèmes environnementaux considérables partout dans la province; de difficiles décisions s’imposent. Toronto, le 26 octobre 2016 - La commissaire à l’environnement de l’Ontario, Dianne Saxe, a lancé un avertissement aujourd’hui à Queen’s Park sommant le gouvern...... Click here to read this release

Urgent Attention Needed to Protect Wildlife and Combat Invasive Species, Reports Ontario's Environmental Commissioner

Published Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:32:28 EST Read More

Moose, bat, and amphibian declines indicate significant environmental problems across the province, tough decisions need to be made Toronto, October 26, 2016 - Ontario's Environmental Commissioner, Dianne Saxe, warned today at Queen's Park that the provincial government must fill several key gaps in its work to conserve Ontario's biodiversity. In her first annual Environmental ...... Click here to read this release

Environmental Commissioner of Ontario: Release of Annual Environment Report

Published Thu, 20 Oct 2016 12:17:46 EST Read More

Media Advisory WHAT: This year's report, titled Small Steps Forward, assesses government action on several biodiversity threats facing Ontario: • Wildlife declines in populations of moose, amphibians and bats; • Invasive species and the effectiveness of combatting species like phragmites, Asian carp, and feral hogs; • Forest fire management, including the ecologi...... Click here to read this release

Last 60 Days

Environmental Commissioner of Ontario in Hamilton for Tour and Public Forum

Published Mon, 26 Sep 2016 16:43:13 EST Read More

Media Advisory WHAT: Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, Dianne Saxe, and will be in Hamilton visiting 3 sites on Tuesday, September 27th as a guest of Environment Hamilton. In the evening she will participate in a Public Forum - Ontario’s Environmental Bill of Rights and You. WHEN: Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 10:45 a.m. WHERE: 10:45am - Pipel...... Click here to read this release

Minto celebrates completion of Ontario’s first Net Zero Energy Townhomes

Published Tue, 13 Sep 2016 10:39:20 EST Read More

MEDIA ADVISORY Location: Minto Net Zero Energy Townhomes, 186 Calvington Avenue, Kanata, ON When:Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 10:30 am What:Minto Communities celebrates the completion of four Net Zero Energy (NZE) townhomes it has built in Kanata, Ontario. Media and guests are invited to tour the homes and learn about the various energy efficient features...... Click here to read this release

Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides used on lawns and gardens

Published Tue, 30 Aug 2016 09:21:59 EST Read More

Doctors say: Too many Canadian children lack protection from cosmetic pesticides used on lawns and gardens TORONTO (August 30, 2016) - The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) released a new report that documents the dismal state of affairs when it comes to protecting Canadian children from cosmetic pesticides used on lawns and gardens. The rep...... Click here to read this release


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