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Environment Minister seeks to boost Parks Canada after nearly $30 million in Tory budget cuts

Environment Minister Catherine McKenna wants more Canadians to visit our national parks and historic sites, including new Canadians and low income families and is concerned about how Parks Canada can fulfill its mandate after millions of dollars of cuts to its budget on the previous Tory government's watch.


Reflections of The Living City

At its recent 60th General Meeting, Toronto and Region Conservation celebrated its deep commitment to the preservation of the natural world here in an urban setting. The event featured the viewing of this inspiring video in which municipal leaders and partners reflect on the value of TRCA and its relevance in the coming years.


Toronto should be Canada's "Bee City": Editorial

The naming of Toronto as a 'Bee City' is an idea whose time has come, as this Toronto Star editorial so aptly points out. It's time for this city to become the 'Queen Bee' of pollinator preservation.


Green Growth – Economic and Environmental Benefits

In the latest edition of Novae Res Urbis, (NRU Publishing), reporter Leah Wong spent time interviewing TRCA's own Bernie McIntyre to get his take on the recently released report by the Canadian Green Building Council and The Delphi Group on how both the economy and environment can benefit from green building.


Surprise Proposal Reunites Sweethearts Forever at Black Creek Pioneer Village

Just in time for Valentines' Day, a love story that makes you believe in miracles.