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Provinces haven’t stopped boreal caribou’s decline, federal report confirms

Credit: YinYang

On October 31, 2017, Environment Canada released its long-awaited report summarizing the implementation progress of federal recovery strategy for boreal caribou. In 2012, provinces and territories were given five years to develop and finalize plans to effectively protect critical caribou habitat. Not a single province met the deadline.

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Thanks for helping to protect nature in Ontario

Happy Thanksgiving! We want to take this opportunity to share with you some of the great work that’s been done so far this year for Ontario’s wild species and spaces. These are examples of what’s possible with support of nature lovers like you.

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Fall migration in Ontario: Test your bird identification skills

ruby throated hummingbird; Credit: Noah Cole

As summer winds to a close, bird migration season begins! Birds will make the long journey from Ontario to their overwintering habitats. 

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Ontario’s problem pigs

A drove of feral hogs in Texas

A drove of feral hogs in Texas, Credit: Josh Henderson CC BY 2.0

Sightings of free-roaming feral swine in Ontario have risen in recent years despite the animals’ tendency to travel at dawn, dusk and night. Some of these sightings have been made near Ottawa and Kingston. Diane Saxe, Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, has said that feral hogs are heading north from the United States into eastern Ontario.

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Our lawsuit on neonics will be heard!

Long-horned bee; Credit: Diana Troya

Today we were granted the right to speak up for Ontario’s wild pollinators. In a David and Goliath scenario, we entered federal court last week to fight for the right to have our case heard.

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