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Private Donors Match $1M Donation for IISD Experimental Lakes Area

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Dr. Michael Paterson, Gail Asper, and family have just announced that they will match, dollar-for-dollar up to $1 million of donations of money raised...

Report: Indigenous Peoples Outperform Conventional Conservation

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New research has suggested that Indigenous peoples and local communities dramatically outperform other methods to protect sensitive environments. The report, Cornered by Protected Areas, was...

McDonald’s Canada Adopts Sustainability Standards for Beef, Including Water

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In a major nod to the quality of Canadian beef, McDonald’s Canada announced today that it will be the first company to serve Canadian beef from...

Commonwealth Countries Eye Blue Charter to Guide Ocean Protection

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A Commonwealth proposal to create a Blue Charter of principles for sustainable ocean development has been greeted with the enthusiastic support of governments, the...

Canadians: Globally Tuned-In to Climate Challenges; Solutions-Focused

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Canadians pay close attention to international affairs; they are concerned about climate change and famine; they see their nation as a positive force in...

Indigenous Canadians Speak for Water on World Water Day 2018

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Indigenous Canadians spoke out on World Water Day 2018, the start of the International Decade for Action — Water for Sustainable Development 2018–2028. They...

Alert Labs Supports First Nations Drinking Water Pilot

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Alert Labs, Kitchener, Ontario-based maker of smart sensors, is now supporting First Nations communities to make drinking water safe. For the month beginning March...

Federal Budget 2018 Delivers a Wide Range of Spending

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Finance Minister Bill Morneau released the 2018-19 federal budget today in Ottawa today. The budget featured a wide range of new spending, including many...
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Okanagan Tourism Meets Sustainable Development Goals on Water

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The Thompson Okanagan Region in British Columbia is the first destination in the Americas to earn the International Biosphere Destination certification recognized by UNESCO...

Experts Question First Nations Drinking Water Engagement Process

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On May 29, 2017, the federal ministry of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada posted a notice online that engagement with First Nations for safe...

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