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Rally for Nature

Let the Province know that you don’t want Ontario’s wildlife to disappear!

On September 21, you can speak up for nature. Join Ontario Nature and tell all the political candidates running in the upcoming election that protecting plants, animals and ecosystems is one of the most important issues facing us today.

Meet us at 11:00am at Queen’s Park on Wednesday, September 21, 2011.

On behalf of the more than 6,000 people who signed our Charter for Biodiversity, you can send a message to government saying that the loss of wildlife in Ontario must be stopped.

Please help nature’s voice be loud and clear on September 21, 2011 by:

  • Joining our Facebook event page and spreading the word in your networks.
  • Encouraging your local environmental groups and schools to join us to ensure that nature stays on the agenda in the provincial election. The more people who show up, the stronger our voice will be.
  • Volunteering with our events team to make rally signs.
  • Sharing this information with community groups or anyone else you think might want to participate.
  • Forwarding this link and share this information with your contacts.

For more information about the Rally for Nature, please contact Kimberley MacKenzie, director of development, at kimberleym@ontarionature.org; 416-444-8419 ext. 236.

 

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Click here to read our biodiversity charter.

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