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1 October 2021
Processed meals, food that travels 2,500 km before arriving on our plates... Douce Labelle wanted better for her children at their school and daycare centre. She decided to get involved in promoting healthy food options in her children's schools in St-Denis-sur-Richelieu, in the...
1 October 2021
BRIEF “Prendre le droit chemin : Vers une Stratégie nationale d’urbanisme et d’aménagement des territoires” Quebec’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing recently invited all citizens and groups concerned about urban and regional planning to...
1 October 2021
Équiterre’s petition against agricultural rezoning, signed by over 13,000 people, was delivered to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on Tuesday. Thank you to all those who added their voice to demand that Quebec better protect our agricultural land. Just...
23 September 2021
A year ago, the government launched a project to increase Quebec’s food self-sufficiency through a national strategy - the Stratégie nationale d’achat d’aliments québécois pour une alimentation locale dans les institutions publiques (SNAAQ). This strategy aims...
21 September 2021
Équiterre is calling on the re-elected government to respect its promises to raise Canada’s climate ambition and to move more quickly on environmental and climate policies and regulations. For the full press release >>
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...
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