Greenbelt:

Mississauga, the 2nd largest municipality in Ontario, 

is poised to protect their rivers by joining the Greenbelt. Check back in early March for public meeting dates... (photo of Credit River)

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Sierra Club Ontario is a grassroots volunteer-driven organization, and the provincial Chapter of Sierra Club Canada. Our most important work is accomplished by member-volunteers. We have active groups of volunteers working together in Ontario communities like Sierra Club Peel (Mississauga, Brampton & Caledon area), Niagara and our Great Lakes Section. We provide a framework within which you, as a member, get to decide for yourself what campaigns you'd like to pursue and how you'd like to contribute. 

23 March, 2015
TORONTO – Sierra Club’s #SaveTheBees campaign took a giant step forward today with the introduction of new regulations by the Ontario government. RELATED: Read the...
26 February, 2015
Taking matters into their own hands, Grade 6 students in Halifax raised $512.50 for blue whale research and public awareness in Atlantic CanadaFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary...
19 February, 2015
With more than 80 percent of Ontario’s drinking water coming from Lake Ontario, Sierra Club and Ontario residents will be looking to the new Great Lakes Protection Act...
24 June, 2015
DURHAM -- More than 200 residents in Claremont want to see a piece of the Oak Ridges Moraine remain protected in the hamlet. The Claremont Conservation Group is not pleased with the City...
10 March, 2015
 Many people care for our wounded earth here in the Niagara Region, but frequently despair about what can be done to preserve and protect it. Farmlands are gobbled up, forests are...
15 January, 2015
In the 2015 Greenbelt Review one of the most important objectives should be to expand the Greenbelt on lands within the watershed based borders of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation...

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Ramsay Road Woodlot Written By: John Bacher In 1993 as the provincial government was working to develop legislation to give municipalities to strengthen their powers to regulated tree cutting on...
Anonymous   |   2 weeks 3 days ago
  By: Alyssa Beurling   Beginning in the 1960’s as a result of algal blooms and nutrient management issues, Canada and the US began collaborating efforts to reduce the underlying...
Anonymous   |   2 weeks 3 days ago
  By Kristina Jackson   This month Ontario passed the first North American regulations on neonicotinoid pesticides that are tied to pollinator loss. “Neonics”, as they are often...
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Earlier this June we partnered with Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to host a Pollinator Party at Heart Lake...

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