B(Is)On Voyage !
Millions of bison once ranged across the continent from Alaska to Mexico. They were an important resource for Indigenous peoples and were symbolic of life on the plains. But at the turn of the 20th century, North America’s largest land mammal was on the brink of extinction. Some subspecies, like the wood bison, were thought […]
Waterloo Greenway: A Welcoming Rest Stop for Monarch Butterflies
Monarch Butterfly Migration Spurs Canadian Support for Pollinator Garden at Austin’s Waterloo Greenway Twice a year, hundreds of thousands of monarch butterflies make a stunning migratory journey across North America. From breeding grounds in southern Canada and the eastern United States to overwintering sites in central Mexico, the annual cycle is considered the longest and […]
Emissions Reduction Plan: On the Road to 2030
Recently, Canada released its Emissions Reduction Plan. It marks a milestone in our nation’s climate history. For the very first time, we laid out a clear path, step by step, to reach our 2030 emissions reduction targets under the Paris Agreement. Doing so now is a message to the world: climate change won’t go away […]
COVID-19: Information for Canadians in the U.S.
UPDATED – April 1, 2022 BORDER CHANGES As of April 1, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. EDT: Fully vaccinated travellers will no longer need to provide a pre-entry COVID-19 test result to enter Canada by air, land or water. As a reminder, travellers arriving to Canada from any country, who qualify as fully vaccinated, may need […]