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Most Canadians have access to free-flowing tap water that’s clean, fresh and safe. So why, wonders Corey Mintz, does the bottled water industry make $2.5-billion in annual sales?

Why Canadians are — or aren’t — drinking bottled water

Use one less peice of plastic per day. Buy glass straws, take your canvas bags to the mall with you or put your veggies in a cloth bag instead of a plastic one.

Imagine Losing 1/3 Of The Babies Born Where You Live. That’s Happening Here.

Chris Jordan's images of Midway Island albatrosses who died from diets heavy in indigestible plastics.

National Energy Board clearly doesn’t serve Canadians

By representing the profits of oil companies over the environment and public interest, the National Energy Board has lost all credibility, says Ray Grigg.

Former UN Advisor issues scathing report on Harper's legacy on water | The Council of Canadians

Former UN Advisor issues scathing report on Harper's legacy on water

VANCOUVER — A union representing 65,000 workers in British Columbia has signed a declaration vowing to oppose pipelines from crossing the territories of more than 130 First Nations.The B.C.

VANCOUVER — A union representing workers in British Columbia has signed a declaration vowing to oppose pipelines from crossing the territories of more than 130 First Nations.

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La Saskatchewan doit mieux surveiller ses pipelines dit lavérificatrice

La Saskatchewan doit mieux surveiller ses pipelines dit lavérificatrice

Almost one in five Toronto area homes drink primarily bottled water a Statistics Canada survey found.

One in five Toronto area households choose bottled water

Our overreliance on bottled water is unnecessary, a waste of money and a detriment to the environment. It’s time we resolved to end it.

Expert says neonicotinoids, even at EPA’s ‘safe’ levels, could devastate aquatic invertebrates: ‘The water issue is probably as important as the pollinators’

Pesticides blamed for bee declines widespread in US waterways

Expert says neonicotinoids, even at EPA’s ‘safe’ levels, could devastate aquatic invertebrates: ‘The water issue is probably as important as the pollinators’

Catherine McKenna told the provincially-owned utility to submit additional studies

Environment minister delays decision on Lake Huron nuclear waste burial site

Anonymous letter writers claim they are specialists at the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

The fix is on: federal government launches review of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act after law gutted in 2012 — Lake Ontario Waterkeeper

The fix is on: federal government launches review of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act after law gutted in 2012

The fix is on: federal government launches review of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act after law gutted in 2012 — Lake Ontario Waterkeeper

Wastewater discharge in Canada by province. 25 per cent of Canadian communities, large and small, have inadequate treatment or management of the waste water that they generate every day."

Billions of litres of raw sewage, untreated waste water pouring into Canadian waterways

Billions of litres of raw sewage, untreated waste water pouring into Canadian waterways Conservatives introduced new rules in but problem was actually worse last year

Quakes also triggered by wastewater disposal, finds oil and gas commission.

Fracking Industry Shakes Up Northern BC with 231 Tremors

Loss of Biodiversity Infographic. Breaks my heart that our species can be so selfish.

Loss of biodiversity is a result of multiple environmental issues, such as: habitat destruction, poaching, overfishing, illegal hunting and the busine

Winnipeg-wide boil water advisory in place

E. coli prompts Winnipeg-wide boil water advisory

The city-wide boil water advisory that was issued Tuesday night elicited a number of interesting reactions from Winnipeggers.

Two parts of a major review of Canadian environmental and energy legislation have been delayed by several months. An expert panel examining the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 was supposed to send recommendations for reform to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna by the end of January, but it’s been granted a new deadline of March 31 […]

Two parts of a major review of Canadian environmental and energy legislation have been delayed by several months. An expert panel examining the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 was supposed to send recommendations for reform to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna by the end of January, but it’s been granted a new deadline of March 31 […]

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