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The Walrus Talks Energy

Posted by in Energy

Toronto/Montreal (Aug 14) – The Walrus Talks Energy is part a four-part, cross-country series that will bring eight high-profile speakers from many disciplines to four cities for eighty minutes of lively thought-provoking ideas on our sustainable energy future. The Walrus Talks aims to create and sustain a national conversation about […]

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6
Mar

McGill School of Environment Annual Public Lecture- Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Posted by in Events/Conferences, Montreal

Ritz-Carlton Montreal : March 21 @ 6PM, 1228 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal , H3G 1H6 Price: Free admission. No registration required. Ms. Watt-Cloutier was a political spokesperson for Inuit for over a decade. She has been awarded the inaugural Global Environment Award from the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations, recipient of […]

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5
Mar

Montreal Sustainability Business Weekend

Posted by in Events/Conferences, Montreal, Sustainability

Three of Canada’s most prestigious business schools are uniting to present you the 2013 Montreal Sustainability Business Weekend. This Friday March 15th and Saturday March 16th, the John Molson School of Business, Desautels Faculty of Management and HEC Montreal are co-organizing two major events – The Business Beyond Tomorrow Conference […]

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28
Feb

New Supreme Court decision may change mining practices across Canada

Posted by in Aboriginal, Mining, Resource Development

Yukon has lived through two gold rushes that spanned more than a century of staking, claiming and digging. With a an explosion in the mining industry (including fraking and tarsanding) that has grown 585% between 2002 and 2011, the Ross River Dena Council vs. Government of Yukon decision might put […]

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20
Feb

McGill presents: The Homeowner’s Green Guide to Saving Money

Posted by in Energy, Events/Conferences

PACE is an innovative new program at McGill which presents a wide array of artistic and cultural lectures, workshops and performances throughout the year.  All sessions are open to the entire Montreal community.  We are also always on the lookout for new workshop ideas and possible collaborations! April Babey Marketing […]

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14
Nov

Buy Nothing Day

Posted by in Consumer Life, Montreal, Sustainability

While November has definitely become the month where mustaches and beards signal more than just a quirky hockey superstition, environmentally/socially conscientious people look forward to not dishing out any money (or plastic) on the 23rd. Buy Nothing Day, is the brainchild of Vancouverite artist Ted Dave and, dare we say, […]

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25
Mar

La contestation de la dénonciation par le Canada du Protocole de Kyoto devant Cour fédérale du Canada

Posted by in Biodiversity, Sustainability

Guest post: Equipe Kyoto L’ÉQUIPE KYOTO ACCELERE LE TRAVAIL DEPUIS L’ANNONCE D’UN ÉCHANCIER ET D’UNE DATE D’AUDITION : LE 1ER JUIN 2012 Montréal, le 24 mars 2012 – Suite aux échanges entre l’avocat du Procureur général du Canada et Me Julius Grey, l’échéancier relatif à la demande de contrôle judiciaire présentée par […]

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