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12 October 2018
Executive Director, Sidney Ribaux, becomes the environmental organization’s official spokesperson, announces a reorganization of upper management  (Press release issued on October 12, 2018) Montreal, October 12, 2018 – It is with feelings of nostalgia that...
28 September 2018
Équiterre is proud to promote Farm to School Month, a pan-Canadian event organized by the Farm to Cafeteria Canada movement. Partners in the pre-school, school and higher educaction communities (daycares, schools, after-school services, colleges, universities) are invited to...
28 September 2018
During this provincial election campaign, environmental groups and citizens have worked together to make the environment a central issue. On October 1st, it’s time to take action and have your voice heard : Go vote ! Go with a friend, a loved one…. Let’s...
14 September 2018
As one of the hottest summers on record winds down and with significant climate pessimism in the air, citizens from around the world gathered at the Global Climate Action Summit this week to state that no, we cannot and will not give up on the fight against climate change. With...
14 September 2018
Marie-Élise Samson, an agronomist by training, is this year’s winner of the Laure Waridel bursary. She is working with world leaders to determine the best agricultural practices to be used to store carbon in agricultural soils and thus combat climate change. Check out her...
31 August 2018
School transport 101 In Quebec, 8,000 school buses take about 500,000 children to school and home again every day. These children spend on average 180 hours on buses during the school year. By the time they finish high school, they will have spent over 2,000 hours on buses....
31 August 2018
Back-to-school season is in full swing and parents are stocking up on school supplies again. This year, 75 schools across Quebec have committed to making children more aware of the importance of local organic food by taking part in Équiterre’s Schools Take Root campaign....
28 August 2018
Dear Minister: An ​American judge ruled last week that some of Canada’s top-selling pesticides contributed to an American citizen’s cancer, and that Monsanto knowingly covered up the risks. It was only last year that you said that the active ingredient in these...
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