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Mixed results from the Coordinated Review: more needed to protect the Greater Golden Horseshoe

Credit: Jason Kalmbach

Credit: Jason Kalmbach

On May 18th Ontario’s Minister of Municipal Affairs, Bill Mauro, released the newly updated Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan, Greenbelt Plan, Niagara Escarpment Plan and Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (Growth Plan).

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Protecting and cultivating a great Ontario treasure

The Greenbelt: Protecting and Cultivating a Great Ontario Treasure

c/o Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation

Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation’s Brenna Owen sits down to chat with author Burkhard Mausberg, on the launch of his new book The Greenbelt: Protecting and Cultivating a Great Ontario Treasure.

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Let’s Support Ontario’s Wild Pollinators

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Brown-belted bumblebee; Credit: Diana Troya

For most of us, the word ‘pollinator’ brings to mind non-native honeybees. Wild pollinators, however, are the most widespread and numerous of all pollinators. This includes native wild bees, wasps, flies, ants, butterflies, moths and certain beetles, birds and bats.

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