Single-use plastics -"We need to cover all of Canada with this decision, and that's why the federal government is moving forward on a science-based approach to establishing which harmful single-use.
Tim Hortons welcomes today's announcement to ban single-use plastics in Canada and will work closely with the Government to implement the ban of single-use paper cups. In addition to single-use.
On Monday May 6th, Mayor Valerie Plante announced that every oil furnace in Montreal will be banned by 2030. The ban will include all residential and institutional buildings by that.
The City of Montreal first took steps by banning single-use plastic bags in retail stores, grocery and supermarkets with a bylaw that went into full effect in June of 2018.
Collecte verte Montreal - As part of annual Earth Day celebrations, the Collecte verte will take place once again in Montreal and Quebec City on Sunday, April 28 from 10 a.m..
Metro grocery stores announced in a press release that as of Monday April 22nd they will have a new policy in place allowing customers in Quebec to bring their own.
Canadians are experiencing the costs of climate-related extremes first hand, from devastating wildfires and flooding to heatwaves and droughts. As the planet warms, extreme weather events will become increasingly common..