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TRCA Parks Jan 30
Effective immediately, all Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) posts will be made on our official Twitter account. If you aren't already following, please join us as there will be no further posts here. Thank you for your continued support!
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TRCA Parks Jan 29
Environmental sustainability facts on carbon foot-printing, water foot-printing, energy efficiency and waste.
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TRCA Parks Jan 28
Have you thought about changing to an electric car? Here is everything you need to know to switch to an electric car today.
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TRCA Parks Jan 27
How some scientists are trying to get us to care about climate change.
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TRCA Parks Jan 26
Balance screen time with green time! Learn how nature play helps children learn!
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TRCA HQ Jan 25
At our annual Board of Directors meeting, Jennifer Innis (), Regional Councillor for Wards 3 & 4 , was elected Chair, and Jack Heath, Regional Councillor , was re-elected Vice Chair. Congratulations!
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TRCA Parks Jan 25
It's time to get ! Enjoy outdoor activities with your kids during the winter months!
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TRCA Parks Jan 24
The Canadian Water Quality guideline for chloride in freshwater is 120 mg/L. But in and around the Toronto area, there have been measurements of 18,000 to 20,000 mg/L. (Sea water has about 19,250 mg/L.)
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TRCA Parks Jan 23
We can’t wait to have you come out and visit Glad triplink was able to help you!
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TRCA Parks Jan 23
Replying to @mz12151 @TRCA_News
Hi, We are waiting to see what the rain will do to the snow we received. At this time it seems the rain has melted a fair amount of the snow. We will update our website and social media once the trails do open.
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TRCA Parks Jan 23
Tackling the cold: secrets from the animal world.
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KawarthaConservation Jan 23
One of the true wonders of the world are snowflakes, tiny designs made of ice that are so individually unique, so detailed, and so spectacular it's hard to comprehend that they happen naturally and aren't pulled from the depths of our own imaginations.
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TRCA Parks Jan 22
On The Wild Side: Sight of Greater White-Fronted geese was a big deal.
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TRCA HQ Dec 4
How much salt should actually be used on a driveway or sidewalk (if needed)? Less than 58 g/m2, as shown in this image. Avoiding the over application of salt can reduce the amount of chloride in local waterways and help protect fish and other aquatic wildlife.
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TRCA Parks Jan 18
See the TRCA calendar eco-friendly things to do this weekend in Toronto & the GTA.
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TRCA Restoration Jan 17
The endangered species hiding in plain sight
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TRCA Parks Jan 17
Worried about the environment? Scientists, researchers and advocates share the top changes we can make to be part of the climate change solution.
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TRCA Parks Jan 16
Heavy snow, slick ice, and bitter cold can drive bike commuters to use public transit or into their cars. But there's hope! Here are some tips to keep you riding through the winter. From
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TRCA Parks Jan 15
Vintage photos of Toronto in the winter offer a reminder that snow, ice, and cold temperatures have always been a crucial part of the experience of living in this city.
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TRCA Parks Jan 14
Don't let winter put the chill on bird watching in Toronto
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