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Nature Canada 8h
About half of all tourism takes place in coastal areas, but with set to raise sea levels by somewhere around two metres over the next 80 years, how will our relationship with the coast change?
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Nature Canada 16h
- Nature has been a source of comfort for many Canadians during the pandemic lockdowns. It’s our turn to make sure nature isn’t put on the backburner. Tell your MP that protecting has to be part of building back better:
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Nature Canada 18h
education is an idea whose time has come. It’s a simple idea. Education ministries, school boards and individual schools should all focus on offering more school time, content and activity , using the outdoors more to teach and learn.
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Nature Canada 20h
Host a neigbourhood BBQ or challenge your community to a game night! Your unique fundraiser will raise funds to protect nature and wildlife from coast to coast to coast. Here is a list of ideas you can do as a community to help nature nearby:
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Nature Canada Aug 13
These developments signal a shift in the scientific field—a renewed acknowledgement that we arrive at knowledge from many different paths. And the more aware we are of other possibilities, the more sensitive we will be to understanding and difference.
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Nature Canada Aug 13
Replying to @Dustin_Carey
🛶Enjoy your paddle!
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Nature Canada Aug 13
We along with the South Shore Joint Initiative have spearheaded an effort to pressure elected officials to protect the South Shore. Push the government to say ‘yes’ to a future for nature, and ‘no’ to destruction and development — join us:
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Nature Canada Aug 13
Replying to @JoanRozelle
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Nature Canada Aug 13
🐻 The Boss and Split Lip have both been around in now for at least 15 years. Nobody knows exactly how old they both are, but they're both in the 500 - 600lb range — both big, big grizzly bears, dominant male grizzly .
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Nature Canada Aug 12
The increased use of neonicotinoids is putting species at risk across North America as the chemicals manifest in the stalk, nectar and pollen of plants.
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Nature Canada Aug 12
Do you want to help to ensure our government rolls out its ambitious and commendable initiatives in a way that leads to rigorous, measurable, meaningful outcomes for climate and nature? Join today!
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Nature Canada Aug 12
Thank-YOU for the work you and do!
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Nature Canada Aug 12
🐘 On we wanted to re-up this thread by on the work being done by orgs like and not only to protect these majestic creatures but also highlight their importance to our global ecosystem!
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Nature Canada Aug 12
The provincial government has one chance to protect the South Shore forever — will you help push them to say ‘yes’ to a future for , and ‘no’ to destruction and development? Let them know:
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Nature Canada Aug 12
The scientific evidence that connection with has important therapeutic benefits for human mental health has mushroomed. We often feel restored when we spend time in nature.
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Nature Canada Aug 11
The is asking the public to consider two questions: “Since the pandemic reached British Columbia, what are you seeing in that’s changing? What has been your personal experience of nature during the ?”
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Nature Canada Aug 11
requires a vision of the future, a strategy for getting there, and an understanding of the obstacles to overcome. Take a look at this panel from . Then, do your part to help Canada :
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Nature Canada Aug 11
Congratulations for completing your amazing 20-day trip kayaking the length of Lake Ontario. Please continue to inspire more people of colour to explore and adventure in nature!
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Nature Canada Aug 11
! — stand up for this treasured landscape, its biodiverse ecosystems, and the species that call it home. Tell the Ontario government it’s time to protect Ostrander Point and Point Petre —once, and for all:
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Nature Canada Aug 10
is more than far away parks, it can be found in the cracks of the sidewalk, or a plant on a balcony. Growing your own food is a great way to deeply connect to both nature and your food.
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