“David Suzuki: The Future of Environmental Rights” in Canada: National Town Hall Live Web Stream, Nov.16, 2016

The following video presents It’s More Than Just Love: “Canadians don’t have the right to breathe clean air, drink clean water, or live in healthy communities. In over 100 countries these rights are protected by law, but not in Canada. It doesn’t need to be this way. Join us and take action now: http://www.davidsuzuki.org/rights” David… Continue reading “David Suzuki: The Future of Environmental Rights” in Canada: National Town Hall Live Web Stream, Nov.16, 2016

Canada’s New National Housing Strategy – Canadians, Share Your Ideas & Views before October 21, 2016 + Belinda’s Place Opens to Offer Affordable Housing for Canadian Women Who are Homeless or at Risk of Homelessness

Canadians are invited to help shape the National Housing Strategy by joining the conversation on www.LetsTalkHousing.ca. Your ideas will help shape the future of housing in Canada. The following video presents Let’s Talk Housing – Help shape Canada’s National Housing Strategy: “Minister Jean-Yves Duclos invites you to share your ideas on the future of sustainable,… Continue reading Canada’s New National Housing Strategy – Canadians, Share Your Ideas & Views before October 21, 2016 + Belinda’s Place Opens to Offer Affordable Housing for Canadian Women Who are Homeless or at Risk of Homelessness

Ontario Will Provide Funding for Repairs & Upgrades of Rural Health Hubs, Hospitals and Children’s Centres, Starting in 2016

The following video presents 2016 Budget Includes Increase to NHH and CMH: “As part of the 2016 Budget, Ontario is continuing to make greater investment in the Northumberland County health care system and across the province to give Ontarians faster access to the right care, now and in the future. In 2016-17, the government would… Continue reading Ontario Will Provide Funding for Repairs & Upgrades of Rural Health Hubs, Hospitals and Children’s Centres, Starting in 2016

Seven British Columbia Communities Will Get Improved Drinking Water, Better Protection of the Environment & New Recreational Opportunities, Via $39 Million in Canada’s Federal Gas Tax Funds

Under the renewed federal Gas Tax Fund (GTF), allocations to provinces and territories over the first five years of the New Building Canada Plan (NBCP) (2014-2019) are based on Census 2011 data, as follows: Jurisdiction GTF Allocation Newfoundland and Labrador $155,298,305 Prince Edward Island $78,000,000 Nova Scotia $276,775,682 New Brunswick $225,275,924 Quebec $2,382,738,448 Ontario $3,873,734,778 Manitoba… Continue reading Seven British Columbia Communities Will Get Improved Drinking Water, Better Protection of the Environment & New Recreational Opportunities, Via $39 Million in Canada’s Federal Gas Tax Funds

You’re Invited to Community Conversations About “TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto” on April 25 & 27 and May 3 & 9, 2016

The following video presents What YOU Can Do About Climate Change: “Reducing your carbon footprint just got easier. This video uses animations and humour to teach people how they can personally help prevent global warming. This is just one of the free educational products available in the “Climate Insights 101″ series. Created by the Pacific… Continue reading You’re Invited to Community Conversations About “TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto” on April 25 & 27 and May 3 & 9, 2016

Ontario Will Improve Autism Services + Samsung Look at Me Project in Toronto April 1, 2016 #WhoEyeAm

The following video presents Light It Up Blue with Autism Speaks and Blue Man Group: “In honor of people with autism worldwide, individuals everywhere will wear blue, and iconic landmarks, hotels, sporting venues, concert halls, museums, schools, universities, bridges, retail stores, and thousands of homes will light blue beginning on April 1 and throughout Autism… Continue reading Ontario Will Improve Autism Services + Samsung Look at Me Project in Toronto April 1, 2016 #WhoEyeAm

Government of Canada’s First Federal Budget 2016: “Growing the Middle Class”

The following video (duration 46 min:01 sec) presents Budget 2016: “Minister Morneau’s First Budget Restores Hope for the Middle Class, Ottawa, March 22, 2016.” Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, recently tabled the new Government of Canada’s first federal budget, Growing the Middle Class, which includes the following key highlights: “Growing the Middle Class comes at… Continue reading Government of Canada’s First Federal Budget 2016: “Growing the Middle Class”