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11 January 2017
Make a simple, positive New Year’s resolution that will delight your taste buds: sign up for an organic basket. You’ll get to enjoy pesticide-free food while supporting local farmers and the local economy. Despite the cold, short days, our family farmers are not...
11 January 2017
Start the year off right by booking an Équiterre talk or videoconference—a simple step that will have a positive, lasting impact on your workplace. For nearly 25 years, Équiterre has helped build a social movement by encouraging individuals, organizations and governments...
22 December 2016
Check out what we’ve accomplished in 2016! Whether it’s to anchor healthy, local and sustainable food into our lifestyles, to stop pipelines projects such as Energy East, to save our Green Route, to reduce the use of pesticides or to promote green buildings,...
14 December 2016
Today marks the close of the federal government’s 10-week public consultation on the rules governing how charities engage in public policy work. Over 24,000 Canadians submitted letters urging the federal government to reform charity law to end restrictions on charities...
14 December 2016
Équiterre would like to pay tribute to all those who work behind the scenes and thank them for their involvement by posting their profiles. Volunteers, interns, friends and partners : their commitment is invaluable and so much appreciated! “I’m part of the next...
13 December 2016
$3.3 billion. That’s the amount Canada invests in fossil fuels every year—and taxpayers are footing the bill. It’s time for the federal government to stop giving handouts to the oil, gas and coal industries, which directly undermines Canada’s carbon-...
12 December 2016
On Friday December 9th, Canada’s premiers and the prime minister concluded an historical agreement on climate change. The governments jointly released the first pan-canadian framework on clean growth and climate change. Only Saskatchewan and Manitoba didn't sign...
9 December 2016
Future innovations and achievements are now threatened by the outdated laws of the charitable sector! A few years ago, the previous federal government, through the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), submitted numerous charities - including Équiterre - to expensive audits that...
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