Major Win for Hamilton and Nature

Major Win for Hamilton and Nature

On Friday, Hamilton City Council voted 13-3 to save 3,300 acres of prime farmland. Instead of expanding the urban boundary, the council committed to focus development within the existing city
Action Alert: Hamilton, take a stand for Farmland

Action Alert: Hamilton, take a stand for Farmland

Alongside our partners, Stop Sprawl Hamilton Ontario (SSHO), we are fighting hard against the proposed Urban Boundary Expansion in Hamilton. An expanded urban boundary would pave over 3,300 acres of
New Project – Experiential Waste Management Education

New Project – Experiential Waste Management Education

It’s never been more important to assist today’s youth in fearlessly tackling the climate crisis. We have partnered with Green Urban Revitalization to support an engaging waste management curriculum for
New Project: Farms NOT Fridges

New Project: Farms NOT Fridges

Alongside our new partners, Jones Baseline Community, we are fighting to protect 27 acres of first-class farmland in Guelph/Eramosa, as well as the safety of the community’s drinking water. Though
Update: No MZO in Blair

Update: No MZO in Blair

A new CBC article features our ongoing fight against the Minister Zoning Order (MZO) in Blair, Ontario with our partners, Blair Village Engaged. MZOs circumvent the democratic process – leaving
Congratulations, Jacqueline!

Congratulations, Jacqueline!

We’re happy to congratulate Jacqueline Lee-Tam on her new role as co-director with our partners at the Climate Justice Organizing Hub, an organization which provides needs-based support for grassroots activists.
Kicking asphalt and taking names!

Kicking asphalt and taking names!

Puzzled, or perhaps amused, by Saskatchewanians for Sidewalk Sustenance and their scandalous sidewalk tax? Last week we launched a satirical campaign against Saskatchewan’s new tax on electric vehicles (EVs), the
New Project: Agency for Water

New Project: Agency for Water

We are proud to partner with Wellington Watcher Watchers on a new project to support Indigenous led water governance. This project begins with a pilot “Residency” and will support Waasekom,