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31 March 2020
Reflections to try to see things more clearly At the end of the first long week of working from home, walking my dog after putting our two young boys to bed, I turned the corner back onto our street and saw the bright star that always leads us home from my son’s daycare...
30 March 2020
Thank you for supporting Équiterre’s work to mobilize, educate and create awareness about environmental issues. The majority of our funding comes from donations from individuals, for which we are infinitely grateful. Donate Renew your membership Monthly...
20 March 2020
 Dear friends, Équiterre’s entire team is working from home, as I’m sure are most of you. It’s a strange feeling to not see those familiar faces, share ideas and dreams in the halls, to simply not be in direct contact with my colleagues. I’m sure you...
16 March 2020
Dear friend, In but a few short weeks, the Coronavirus has imposed itself in our lives, hitting thousands of individuals hard and shaking up our society. My thoughts are with all those affected, here and elsewhere. I am proud to see how seriously Quebec is responding. We are...
27 February 2020
On the Sunday night before the federal government's decision on the Teck Frontier mine, which would have been the largest oil sands mine ever developed in Canada, Teck Resources Ltd. announced that it was withdrawing its application for the project. This is a huge victory...
26 February 2020
To limit the impacts of the climate crisis, 2020 will be a pivotal year for both Quebec and Canada. It marks the beginning of a decade of transition, which must culminate in 2030 with a halving of our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The challenges are significant, and so too are...
26 February 2020
We all know someone who knows someone who isn’t too concerned about the environment. Every day, we encounter people who don’t realize the extent of the climate crisis we’re facing. It’s especially hard when it’s your father, mother, child, uncle,...
30 January 2020
At the end of this month, the Canadian government will decide whether to approve or reject the Teck Frontier open-pit tar sands mine, which would be Canada’s largest ever tar sands mine. Last summer a joint review panel (made up of the Canadian Environmental Assessment...
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