Climate Action Network Canada reacts to Kinder Morgan Announcement

"Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe Territories [OTTAWA] (May 29, 2018) – It is deeply dismaying that the Government of Canada is willing to dump $4.5 billion of Canadians’ money into purchasing the floundering Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline from Kinder Morgan. This move is a devastating blow to the government’s stated commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous people and it painfully undermines ongoing efforts to implement the Pan-Canadian Framework on Climate Change and...

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Toronto's Greenest Neighbourhoods Launch

Green 13 is thrilled to announce that our community has been selected to participate in a new City of Toronto program - Toronto’s Greenest Neighbourhoods. This project supports the goals of the City's Climate Action Strategy, TransformTO and is helping to create a green, equitable, prosperous and resilient community in the Junction and...

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Tree For Me event May 5 a big success!

Annette Street and local environment group Green 13 hosted a very successful Tree For Me event on Saturday May 5.


The day dawned sunny and warm. Margo from Tree For Me arrived with a big tent, which was erected at the foot of the driveway. People who had registered for a tree (or trees) signed in under the tent, moved  mid-way up the driveway for their planting demonstration, then picked up their tree(s) and mulch at the top of the driveway. Most people came just before the hour they'...

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On March 13 ’18 Green 13 hosted speakers at Annette Library who presented the current GreenON Program and the Save On Energy program. These programs are independent of each other, and offer different...

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The Junction Cares for its Street Trees

The pervasive drought of summer 2016 underscored the need to have a better organized, failproof way to care for our street trees. The loss of so many street trees (27%) from 2015 to 2017 became the driver for Junction Adopt-a-Street-Tree Project. Here is the report written in thanks for Special Project funding. We look forward to continuing the project through the 2018 growing season. To adopt a Junction street tree or volunteer to water orphan trees, contact:...

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