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16 September 2021
If you haven't already voted, don't miss the opportunity on September 20 to cast your vote for the federal election - an election that is crucial to our future and to our children’s future. This summer, we saw the consequences of climate change: droughts, floods and...
15 September 2021
Between September 13th and December 31st, keep an eye out for our Équiterre ambassadors, clad in orange and black jackets, as they go door-to-door for our new campaign. This fundraising initiative seeks to recruit new donors. Our work would be impossible without the support of...
8 September 2021
Today, Canada’s leading environmental organizations released responses from all federal parties to a Federal Party Survey on Environmental Platforms. Survey questions address the climate, nature, toxics and waste crises harming Canada, as well as issues around Indigenous...
31 August 2021
Imagine if Quebecers started e-biking to work! Here at Équiterre, we firmly believe that the electric bicycle is a great alternative to solo-driving when a regular bike or public transit is not an option. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce our brand new e-bike...
31 August 2021
To celebrate the abundance of local Quebec products and to encourage Quebecers to eat well, for the third consecutive year Équiterre is teaming up with Aliments du Québec au menu to launch the event known as Institutions Eat Local. Potlucks, recipe sharing, gardening......
31 August 2021
A few weeks ago, Health Canada sparked controversy when it announced that it would be increasing the level of glyphosate allowed in our food. Faced with the outcry over this announcement, the government changed its mind and suspended its decision, while it carries out additional...
24 August 2021
The “Institutions Eat Local!” event is back for a third consecutive year to celebrate local foods across Quebec. All Quebec institutions are invited to take part, by proposing small or large initiatives for their food services which seek to help make customers aware...
19 August 2021
Andréanne Brazeau, Mobility Analyst, Équiterre While many justify the oversized vehicles on our roads because of our vast territory, harsh winters, or large families, our cars haven’t always been this big. In reality, our country hasn’t changed size, our climate is...
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