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An Antidote to 21st Century Alienation – Connect With Nature

An Antidote to 21st Century Alienation – Connect With Nature Consider 21st century life dull and alienating? Don’t fret: we’ve got a solution that will reconnect you with nature and stimulate your stunted attention span! Around the world, the United ... Read More

Photos: Environmental Commissioner of Ontario visits Fletcher Wildlife Garden

Photos: Environmental Commissioner of Ontario visits Fletcher Wildlife Garden On the afternoon of May 8th, 2017, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, Dianne Saxe, visited Ottawa’s Fletcher Wildlife Garden, where we accompanied her and the Fletcher staff on a tour of the surrounding ... Read More

Looking for “friends” on Earth Day #47

Looking for “friends” on Earth Day #47 This Earth Day (April 22), I’m looking for friends – friends of the Earth, that is – who share my passion to save the bees. Here’s why… Back during the ... Read More

Media Releases

Friends of the Earth National Poll Finds Majority of Canadians believe pesticide exposure most important threat to bees

Friends of the Earth National Poll Finds Majority of Canadians believe pesticide exposure most important threat to bees June 27, 2017, Ottawa – Most Canadians (89%) believe “pesticides” are the most important threat to bees according to a poll conducted on behalf of Friends of the Earth Canada ... Read More

On the defeat of Bill C-291 Mandatory Labelling of GM Foods

On the defeat of Bill C-291 Mandatory Labelling of GM Foods Statement by Friends of the Earth Canada CEO, Beatrice Olivastri: An impressive majority of Canadians say they want mandatory labelling of genetically modified food (88% according to an Ipsos Reid ... Read More

House of Commons committee to open hearings on neonic pesticide with industry-biased panel

House of Commons committee to open hearings on neonic pesticide with industry-biased panel For immediate release (update) March 6, 2017 Version française 11th-hour invitation to testify issued to coalition of NGOs pressing government to proceed with proposed phase-out to protect biodiversity and long-term food ... Read More

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