Monthly Archives: April 2017

How far can bottled water travel in Canada?

Bottled water — and its sourcing and plastic packaging — has become a controversial product. Now, there’s another reason you might want to avoid it.

Visit this story at the Huffington Post.

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Walk together for a better world

On Saturday, April 29th, local groups including the Council of Canadians – Thunder Bay are organizing a walk from Hillcrest Park to Waverley Park (starting at 2 pm) to re-affirm and celebrate our humanity.


Wear a costume, sing a song, carry a banner, support an art project, or just come as you are!

People wishing to walk with the Council of Canadians can meet at the big yellow banner at 1:30 p.m.

Will you join us?

This will be a family-friendly event, and all welcome. The walk will take place rain or shine, and St. Paul’s United Church has graciously offered us space to connect should the weather not cooperate.

If you are part of a group that would like to participate or interested in helping out with organization, please contact Julee Boan (Ontario Nature) at juleeb@ontarionature.org. Hosted by Ontario Nature and Environment North.

Environmental Film Festival starts today

The Environmental Film Festival kicks off this evening. Running for 8 years, this year’s 4-day event features twelve screenings of documentaries and films related to the environment and social well-being.

 

All Films are shown at the Bora Laskin Theatre located on the Lakehead University campus. Festival admission is free as always however donations are very much appreciated and are put to current and future film festival costs.

Click here to visit the Environmental Film Festival website.