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1 April 2015
Each month, Équiterre suggests a simple, green action you can take to improve the health of the planet. This month, we encourage you to march with us for the climate. Will you join us? Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of Quebec City on Saturday, April 11,...
31 March 2015
Since arriving in Quebec nearly four years ago, Émilie has been involved in many environmental activities. After working with Les Amis de la Montagne on projects such as the reforestation of the mountain—the green symbol of Montreal—Émilie wanted to do even more. She...
26 February 2015
Get ready for a major grassroots mobilization on April 11 in Quebec City! The Act on Climate March will bring thousands to the streets of the nation’s capital this spring. Prime Minister Philippe Couillard will be preparing to receive colleagues from Canada to discuss...
12 February 2015
“Getting involved is exhilarating, and anyone can do it!” These are the inspiring words of Gabriel Meunier, chair of Équiterre’s Lanaudière action group (GAEL). Gabriel lives and breathes the environment. By day he’s a project manager for the Lanaudière...
10 February 2015
A new report released this week by the Council of Canadians and Équiterre says that an oil spill in Lac Saint-Pierre on the St. Lawrence River would cost billions to clean up – far more than the liability limit in Canada. Proposed export shipments from Energy East and...
29 January 2015
After 10 years working for IT firms and web agencies, in 2013 Marie-Soleil L’Allier decided to change direction and pursue a master’s degree in environmental science at the Université du Québec à Montréal so she could help companies go green more quickly. Marie-...
15 December 2014
In honour of the holidays, our friend, foodie blogger Nana Marmelade, has shared one of her most festive recipes with you... Introducing her famed chocolate-rosemary cake made with fair trade chocolate and sugar! This socially and environmentally responsible gluten-free dessert...
13 December 2014
On November 30, a certificate of authorization expired that would have allowed TransCanada to resume drilling in sensitive beluga habitat off of Cacouna in the Lower St. Lawrence. This refusal by the Quebec government to give into TransCanada's repeated requests for an...
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