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Here’s some free advice from conservationists on where to go.
Everything you've ever wanted to know about the environmental assessment process.
The beach will re-open on July 31 after being closed to the public since May due to extensive flooding.
Severe flooding on Ward's Island has led to a plunge in business at the Rectory Café. It will close for good in October.
We spend a day hanging out with a niche community of birders at Tommy Thompson Park.
Each winter, more than 120,000 tonnes of salt is dumped on Toronto pavement.
Climate change is already well underway, but with some smart choices Toronto can mitigate the impact.
Urban forests are vital infrastructure that provide $125 million in services to the GTA each year. But with little support from senior governments, municipalities are stretched to nurture their green assets.
Conservation efforts have shown impressive results, but there's still more to do.
While $1.25 billion is a lot of money, it's the price for prudent Port Lands planning.
In 1969, the Don River was declared dead. But with conservation efforts and advocacy, that's changed.
The GTA's scariest botanical invader is on its way out, thanks to aggressive action by the municipality and TRCA.
Around 700 people rode canoes down the Don River, which had been flooded especially for the occasion.