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Are you a student or recent graduate of a BA or MA program at a Quebec university? You could win up to $10,000 for your research, action and dissemination project.
For the 5th year in a row, our members joined forces with the Caisse d’économie solidaire Desjardins to encourage the next generation of environmental leaders. The winner of the 2012 Laure Waridel bursary, Marcus Lobb, an undergraduate student in Geography and the Human Environment at Concordia, impressed the selection committee with his Concordia City Farm School...
If you joined Equiterre in 2011, $1 of your membership went to the Laure Waridel student bursary for research on environmental and social action, an amount that was then matched by the Caisse d'économie Solidaire Desjardins, a Quebec-based credit union. The $10,000 prize was awarded to Bruno Demers – an MA in sociology – for his project on recycled and reclaimed...
Are you a student in a BA or an MA program or a recent graduate looking for a way to fund your research project? Check back in October for details on how to apply for the 6th edition of the Laure Waridel bursary, sponsored by Equiterre and the Caisse d'économie solidaire Desjardins. All we can say for now is that this year the bursary will take a slightly different form,...
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. Equiterre senior director Steven Guilbeault will: explain the risks propose alternatives to tar sands oil A great way to find out what you can do! Brought to you by Equiterre in...
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. Equiterre senior director Steven Guilbeault will explain the risks of such a project and propose alternatives to tar sands oil.  Find out what you can do! Brought to you by Equiterre in...
For the 5th year in a row, our members have joined forces with the Caisse d’économie solidaire to encourage the next generation of environmental leaders. This year's winner, Marcus Lobb, an undergraduate student in Geography and the Human Environment at Concordia, impressed the selection committee with his Concordia City Farm School project, which adheres to the social...
If the National Energy Board okays the reversal of the section of the Line 9 pipeline between North Westover, Ontario and Montreal, then tar sands oil could soon flow through the following regions of Quebec: Montérégie, the lower Laurentians, Lanaudière, Laval, Montreal and the Eastern Townships.  To help you assess the risk to your community, we have joined forces with...
Actualité - 7 March 2013 - Tag : Sharing expertise, Tar sands
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. The NEB invites citizens to participate in the process. Find out how at this meeting, where Equiterre cofounder and deputy director Steven Guilbeault will talk about alternatives to tar sands oil....
By popular demand, our Guide to Sustainable Promotional Products is now available in English. Use this free e-guide to help your organization develop a promotional product strategy that is compatible with its sustainability goals. It briefly explains the environmental and social issues related to the manufacture and distribution of conventional promotional products – and...