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Charged with mischief last year for offering water to a pig on a truck headed to a slaughterhouse, Anita Krajnc organized the event.
Why Toronto's urban river valleys make a difference in community building.
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How Seton inspired Sauriol to love the Don Valley and to try to save it.
The tiny green insect will devour 850,000 Toronto ash trees, but the City and local non-profits hope to limit the damage.
In 1969, the Don River was declared dead. But with conservation efforts and advocacy, that's changed.
Despite being a cornerstone of provincial policy for a decade, the greenbelt can't be found in the latest budget.
Liberals propose long-awaited Cap-and-Trade policy.
In advance of the City's budget launch, we analyze the needs at Parks, Recreation, and Forestry.
Much-anticipated Crombie report delivers 87 recommendations, urges Province to invest in transit and high-density housing.
Ontario's 7,300 square-kilometre Greenbelt is undergoing a critical land use review that could determine the fate of one of Ontario's greatest environmental legacies.
Despite being unanimously passed by council in 2013, the City's five-year parks plan remains mostly unfunded, and critics say Toronto needs to do better.
Proposed changes to the 2007 Official Plan for the City are set to be debated this week, which would see wetlands given special attention.
The Crow's Theatre/Porte Parole co-production The Watershed is something we can be proud to put on the international stage of Panamania.
Barcelona is building a traffic bridge out of pollution-neutralizing concrete. Chicago has paved a road with it. Could Toronto adopt the trend?
The US government challenged automakers to build an eco-friendly tractor trailer. Here's how they rose to the challenge, and why our local government can too.