Buried within the more than 400 pages of this spring’s federal omnibus budget bill is an invitation for resource companies to open a new frontier in Canadian oil: the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The gulf, which touches the coastlines of Canada’s five easternmost provinces, is the world’s largest estuary. It’s home to more than 2,000 species of marine wildlife — an ecosystem integral to the health of our Atlantic and Great Lakes fisheries.... Read more »
Check out the latest Sierra Club (US) new animated short: Tar Sands Pipelines: the Dirtiest Oil on Earth
Nice work by the Beyond Oil team in collaboration with Sierra Club Productions' own Javier, Adrienne, and Melissa, and many others. ... Read more »
“We will be gathering on the shores of Malignant Cove Beach (between Antigonish and New Glasgow) this Thursday June 7thbetween 5:30-6:30 pm to celebrate the beauty, richness and diversity of the Gulf and the need for it to be protected for future generations,” says Mary Gorman of Merigomish. " We are hoping to raise awareness of the importance of keeping our oceans healthy. Every second breath we take as humans, is enabled by oxygen created by our oceans."
"We feel immensely fortunate to live by the inspiration of the sea", says Karen Fish, a singer with the Antigonish group.
"People tend to look at our oceans as vast and never ending.... Read more »
Submission to the Senate Committee on Energy
Re: Bill C-38
John Bennett, Executive Director
Sierra Club Canada
Thursday, May 31 201
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We are just a week away from #BlackOutSpeakOut day (June 4th). I can tell you the campaign momentum is building! The list of participating organizations is over 100 and growing! Maude Barlow just told me The Council of Canadians is also joining the protest. All across the country Canadians are recognizing that silence is not an option in face of the war on nature and democracy.
This week here in Ottawa we have two events:
Event #1:... Read more »