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30 November 2016
Want to help the environment? Do you know about the Laure Waridel bursary for student researchers? This $10,000 grant supports action research that makes a difference to society. This year’s themes are renewable energies, transportation, pesticides and organic food. Other...
15 November 2016
If you’re a master’s or PhD student engaged in a participatory environmental or social research project, submit an application for the 9th Laure Waridel bursary by January 15, 2017, midnight. You could win $10,000, which Équiterre and Desjardins Caisse d’...
1 November 2016
Winter is right around the corner, and you know what that means: time to winterize your home for the cold months ahead. It’s also a great opportunity to repair all the broken objects piled up around the house and in the shed—from your son’s coat lining to...
28 September 2016
Just over 160,000 weddings took place in Canada last year. Yes, you read that right. The average number of guests at each was about 130. Do the math and you’ll see that 20 million Canadians attend weddings every year. This activity can potentially leave a significant...
1 March 2016
Join us in the Change the World with Équiterre run—a new fundraising event—on July 3. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to take part in an activity that combines sport with the environment and support Équiterre’s work. We’ve put together a festive...
15 October 2015
In four days, we’ll have the chance to do something that could really make a difference to our planet. To help you make your choice, Équiterre and Environmental Defence have compared the main parties’ environmental commitments. Take a look at our analysis of the main...
13 October 2015
Significant annual savings Using the transportation cocktail every day has many advantages. It’s easy on the environment and easy on your wallet and your family’s, too. According to the CAA, driving alone to get around (20,000 km/year) costs nearly $10,000 a year....
14 July 2015
Since late April, communications intern Marie-Ève Lépinay has been helping out at Équiterre, and she’s really making a difference. A student in the third year of the Bachelor of Communications program at the Université de Montréal, she is very interested in the local and...
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