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Find out what makes the Centre for Sustainable Development (Maison du développement durable) one of the greenest buildings in Quebec. Take a free tour with a student guide, courtesy of Equiterre and Hydro-Québec. Please note that tours are in French only. Where: 50 Ste-Catherine St. West When: Twice a day every Friday, at 2 p.m. and at 5:30 p.m. Tours are one-hour long....
Olivier Samson-Robert, an MA student in plant biology at Université Laval, is the newest winner of the Laure Waridel bursary.
Within a few weeks, the National Energy Board will come out for or against the Line 9B Reversal. If the project is approved, tar sands crude could soon flow through Quebec.
Wednesday, February 5, the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its official name, Maison du développement durable) and Equiterre will welcome British Columbia's Tzeporah Berman for a noon-hour talk in English, Tarsands Expansion: An Opportunity or a Threat, about how the push for new pipelines and tarsands expansion is creating unprecedented community...
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For its annual general meeting, Alternatives is inviting members of the Quebec delegation to this summer's Tar Sands Healing Walk in Fort McMurray to speak about: their trip to the heart of the tar sands solidarity with First Nations and Inuit communities in our province the Peoples Social Forum to be held in Ottawa in August 2014   In French. Centre St...
TransCanada's Energy East pipeline could bring tar sands crude through Quebec as of 2017. Join the growing citizens' movement against this project. Equiterre invites you to attend an initial meeting for Quebec City residents to discuss the following options: raising public awareness communicating with elected officials artistic performances opinion pieces...
Steven Guilbeault of Equiterre and Kim Cornelissen of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA) will be providing an information session for citizens concerning TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project. The company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry crude oil – including tar sands oil – from Alberta and...
Steven Guilbeault of Equiterre and Kim Cornelissen of the Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique (AQLPA) will be providing an information session for citizens concerning TransCanada's Energy East pipeline project. The company wants to convert an existing natural gas pipeline to carry crude oil – including tar sands oil – from Alberta and...