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12 November 2015
The recent election of a Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau certainly made an impression. Whether the topic is culture, science, First Nations' rights or even international relations, it feels like a weight has been lifted from the country's shoulders.
Actu - COP21 Paris
11 November 2015
The Laure Waridel bursary, worth $10,000, has been awarded annually since 2008 to students involved in research, action and dissemination projects focusing on environmental and social action. Projects addressing the following subjects will be given first consideration by the 2015 2016 selection...
Actu - Bourse Laure Waridel 2015
11 November 2015
Odin arrived in Quebec from Marseille a few years ago as an exchange student at the Université de Montréal to finish his degree in geography. Eager to explore Quebec—see the autumn colours and experience white winters—and make a difference, he decided to settle in Montreal in the summer...
Actu - Portrait Odin Bonnemaison
11 November 2015
Équiterre invites you to march for climate solutions and justice in Ottawa on November 29! Buses will be leaving from all regions of Quebec and Ontario. Click here to book a seat. Canadians have made clear their desire for change by electing a new federal government, which needs to tackle climate...
29 October 2015
At the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris in December, decision makers from some 150 countries will have to negotiate a new international climate agreement. The stakes are high, as a climate emergency is on our doorstep and it’s a global issue.
Actu - Geste climat EN
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