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7 August 2013
"I had two grandparents who were farmers. I used to spend my vacations with them. I also had an uncle who set up his own farm and another who took over my grandfather's farm. Honestly, I felt as though I was destined to to this," says Jean-Philippe Poussard, who, although only in his 20s...
Actu - Le bio dans le sang !
7 August 2013
Our Épluche ta ville team invites you to yet another food happening, this time as part of the lunchtime Pique-nique en vert to be held on Thursday, August 15 in the parc Hydro-Québec next to the Maison du développement durable in Montreal.
Actu - Happening festif et coloré à la place Émilie-Gamelin
6 August 2013
Francine, a member of the Églantier community garden in the Montreal borough Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie, explains, "Before coming here, I'd never planted a garden in my life. I came from the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood, which was poor. I had a tree in front of my home, but that...
6 August 2013
If you are in Montreal or Quebec City this summer, you may be approached by one of these people in an orange vest and encouraged to become a member or donor of Equiterre. Our work as a force for social and environmental good depends on the financial support of concerned citizens like you. Our crew...
Actu - Appel à la générosité du public
23 July 2013
The volume of oil spilled during and after the Lac-Mégantic train derailment earlier this month is now estimated at about 5.7 million litres, according to Quebec’s Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks in a press release issued late yesterday. If this figure proves...
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