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21 June 2018
Équiterre, Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) and the Whole Kids Foundation (WKF) are pleased to announce that ten Québec schools have been chosen to receive Farm to School Canada grants of up to $10,000 each, to bring more local harvest onto the plates and into the minds of their...
20 June 2018
Équiterre’s annual report highlights the work that was done throughout the year in defence of the environment and our well-being. In 2017, the environmental citizen movement is stronger than ever, and with the strength of these people behind us, Équiterre has become a key...
12 June 2018
Despite the rain, hundreds of people came out to show their support for our 100% eco-friendly race in Montreal a few weeks ago. The $55,000 that the participants helped raise has brought us to nearly 50% of our objective for this event which, for the first time since it was...
12 June 2018
Pioneers of the organic basket program, established nearly twenty-five years ago, Équiterre’s family farmers are a shining example for new farmers. For the past three years, about twenty new organic farms have joined the network every year. Most of these farms are run by...
15 May 2018
Come join us at the race to get the chance to run next to our ambassadors and cofounders! By participating, each one of them is demonstrating their support for the concept of a 100 % eco-friendly race with no waste. Have a look at what they have to say in the image below, or...
15 May 2018
So many things end up in the garbage - old phones, coffee makers, TVs - things that we were once so attached to and wish we could hang on to for longer, but they just don’t perform optimally anymore. One of Équiterre’s newest areas of focus is obsolescence, seeking...
1 May 2018
The real spring with warm, sunny days is (hopefully!) on its way. That means it’s time to plant your vegetable garden or give your balcony some TLC. But did you know—prepare for a shock—that most seeds in superstores are coated in pesticides? Last winter, the...
30 April 2018
Tell the Prime Minister of Canada not to fund Texan oil giant Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion with Canadian taxpayers’ money and to respect the rights of Indigenous communities and British Columbians, who have been dead set against the project for...
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