Day: June 27, 2017

We’re teaching kids in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea about the power of pollinators, and we need your help!

You see all those extra seedlings popping up around your garden? Don’t let a good pollinator go to waste! Drop-off any native pollinator plants you can spare at the Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Center at 139 Water St., St. Andrews, and help support the creation of three new pollinator-friendly gardens for our little ones at …

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First-ever Canada Beach Report released

June 27, 2017, TORONTO — How much you know about water quality at your local beach depends on where you live in Canada, reveals the Canada Beach Report, a new report on the state of recreational water quality monitoring across the country released today. Government routinely tests beaches and compares results to recreational water quality guidelines …

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New Brunswick watersheds are at risk, new WWF-Canada study shows

A four-year assessment of Canada’s freshwater resources, completed by World Wildlife Fund-Canada (WWF-Canada), has found all of Canada’s freshwater watersheds are ‘under tremendous stress,’ including the Saint John-St.Croix and Maritime Coastal watersheds in New Brunswick. WWF-Canada’s Watershed Report, the first national study of Canada’s freshwater ecosystems, assesses both the health and stresses facing all 25 …

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