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3 November 2020
Here’s an opportunity to increase the amount of healthy, local and environmentally responsible food that your students eat at school, while also having a positive impact on your community. With funding from the Ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’...
3 November 2020
Most Halloween costumes haven’t even been put away yet, and we’re already being bombarded with Holiday advertising. To resist the pressure and to avoid overconsumption, especially in this time where a significant amount of shopping is arriving by gas-powered delivery...
3 November 2020
Olivia Ruge, a youth member of Équiterre’s Board of Directors, has issued an urgent warning on behalf of her generation: “We’re not doing well.” Are our elected representatives in tune with today’s youth? Have a look at Olivia's letter (in French)...
3 November 2020
Unfortunately, the answer is yes. Despite its toxicity and its relatively recent appearance in our daily lives, plastic is literally everywhere: throughout our food chain, on our plates, in our children’s baby bottles... Environmental organizations were therefore relieved...
22 October 2020
In the context of the climate crisis and the pandemic, which have thrown the fragility of our food systems into sharp relief, the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ), André Lamontagne, unveiled Quebec’s Plan d’agriculture durable (PAD –...
16 October 2020
The 2nd edition of Quebec’s Electric Vehicle Week (EV Week Quebec) will get started on Monday, October 19, with actor/playwright Christine Beaulieu as spokesperson once again. This year’s activities and events will be held virtually. “At this time when our...
8 October 2020
Équiterre welcomes the Ontario and federal governments' announcement regarding the investment in Ford's Oakville plant, breathing new life into Canada’s automotive sector, which has been on the decline for the past 20 years. The announcement however, must be part of a more...
1 October 2020
In the federal government’s Speech from the Throne on September 23, the energy transition and the environment were named as drivers of the post-COVID recovery. This is encouraging news, but concrete measures can no longer be put off. We’re happy with the announcement...
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