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23 January 2017
You probably know that bees across North America are in crisis. A big part of the problem are a group of pesticides known as neonics (short for neonicotinoids). Fortunately, government regulators are taking action – in Ontario with stricter rules for neonicuse and federally with a recent...
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11 January 2017
Make a simple, positive New Year’s resolution that will delight your taste buds: sign up for an organic basket. You’ll get to enjoy pesticide-free food while supporting local farmers and the local economy.
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11 January 2017
Start the year off right by booking an Équiterre talk or videoconference—a simple step that will have a positive, lasting impact on your workplace. For nearly 25 years, Équiterre has helped build a social movement by encouraging individuals, organizations and governments to make ecological...
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23 December 2016
Check out what we’ve accomplished in 2016! Whether it’s to anchor healthy, local and sustainable food into our lifestyles, to stop pipelines projects such as Energy East, to save our Green Route, to reduce the use of pesticides or to promote green buildings, Équiterre defended proudly...
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14 December 2016
Today marks the close of the federal government’s 10-week public consultation on the rules governing how charities engage in public policy work. Over 24,000 Canadians submitted letters urging the federal government to reform charity law to end restrictions on charities’ free speech.
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