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Help us Save the Blue Whale

Protect critical habitat for the blue whale in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Take Action to Protect the Gulf!

New report from the St. Lawrence Coaltion provides tonnes of reasons why.

Halifax Diverse is ON for the summer

Make sure you don't miss any of our events. See you on the trail!

We stand with Pictou Landing & for the clean up of Boat Harbour

Read our statement of solidariy! Photo credit: Matt Gunning via Facebook.

Welcome!

Sierra Club Atlantic is a vibrant grassroots organization that empowers people to protect, restore, and enjoy a healthy safe planet. We are your chapter of Canada’s only national grassroots environmental organization, working to bring your community’s concerns to the attention of regional and national leaders. Together, we are a credible, influential voice, working to make a better world a reality.

We are involved in a broad range of activities from advocacy to education. Our major efforts are in the areas of energy and
climate change, community health, sustainable economies, the protection of wild spaces, and environmental education.

14 July, 2014
The newly minted Blue Whale Campaign is rushing to the aid of this gentle giant in our Gulf. Although blue whales made the endangered species list in 2005, their...
23 June, 2014
OTTAWA -- The findings of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment (WIA) undertaken by the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides make it absolutely clear neonicotinoid pesticides must...
19 June, 2014
OTTAWA – Sierra Club Canada Foundation has asked the Ethics Commissioner to examine the ruling under the Conflict of Interest Act with regard to Ted Menzies’ work...
17 July, 2014
"The Atlantic Salmon and the blue whales are both very precious creatures to our nations," said Chief Claude Jeannotte of Gespeg, Quebec. He spoke in Halifax on behalf of these...
1 June, 2014
Dr John Cherry, a hydrogeologist with the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA), says fracking wells in Canada aren't built for the long haul; they tend to spring leaks."In my view,...
7 May, 2013
There are warnings the tidal bore in the Bay of Fundy will light up by itself if a plan to dump more than four-million litres of fracking waste water into the ocean goes ahead.The water,...

Zack Metcalfe   |   3 days 3 hours ago
One small step for community gardens, one giant leap for Halifax at large.There are 11 community gardens in the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), public spaces in which people can grow their own food,...
David Foster   |   1 week 1 day ago
A long awaited roundabout is going to mean the end of some long standing trees on the Halifax Common.Work is beginning this week on the conversion of the North Park and Cunard Street intersection into a...
John Bennett   |   2 weeks 2 days ago
Anyone who knows me knows I’m not good at keeping secrets, and I particularly don’t like when governments work in secret. Governments feed us a lot of malarkey about why secrecy is essential,...
David Foster  |  2014-05-12 16:16

Our first walk of the summer, we're going to be led by Kate Steele of the NS Bird Society on a birding walk for beginners. We will be meeting at 8:...

Chelsea Flook  |  2013-06-11 21:35

It is our mission at the Sierra Club Prairie to develop a well-trained knowledgeable network of community leaders who are working to protect the ...

Gretchen Fitzgerald  |  2013-04-10 16:13
Municipality of the County of Colchester
c/o Sheila Arsenault, County Executive Secretary
P.O. BOX 697,
TRURO, NS
B2N 5E7

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