Ford government to make situation worse with blind pursuit of red tape reduction . Key Messages: New image catalogue released today shows over 290 sites in Ontario deforested due to roads and landings imposed by forest operations The satellite images … Continued

Connecting Kids to Nature in the Rouge Toronto – Today, Wildlands League is celebrating the protection of nature in the city with its 6th Annual Paddle the Rouge. Paddle the Rouge is the conservation group’s annual fundraiser and increases awareness … Continued

TORONTO – As the world receives an urgent global assessment report from the United Nations on the imminent collapse of the natural world, Ontario is abandoning endangered species. Buried within Bill 108, More Homes More Choice Act, an omnibus bill, … Continued

Wildlands League joined over 20 groups in decrying the proposed elimination of the Office of Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. Read the groups’ letter here. Thanks to Canadian Environmental Law Association for leading this effort and its rapid response to the … Continued

In light of a new threat to Pukaskwa National Park, today Wildlands League sent a letter to the Field Unit Superintendent for Northern Ontario, Ms. Sharon Hayes (the person responsible for National Park). We requested that Ms. Hayes (1) re-affirm maintenance … Continued

Toronto – Wildlands League is celebrating Parks Canada’s announcement of acquiring 1,324 hectares (3,272 acre) of land including coastline to expand permanent protection of Bruce Peninsula National Park. Hon. Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada and the … Continued