Golder Associate

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Across the globe, companies and governments are creating the world of tomorrow. They are building vital infrastructure, developing projects, restoring landscapes and renewing their economies with sustainability in mind.

We strive to be the most respected global organization providing consulting, design, and construction services in earth, environment, and related areas of energy through technical excellence, innovative solutions and award winning client service. Today, our clients span the world’s major economic drivers: Oil and Gas, Mining, Manufacturing, Power, Transportation and more.

Employee owned since being founded in 1960, our 6,500 people, operating from 165 offices worldwide, deliver deep technical understanding, cross-disciplinary thinking and a passion to help our clients succeed.

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Canadian Geographic

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A well established and long running magazine company that deals with a host of nature related topics within Canada, Canadian Geographic provides genuine news and experts from researchers, wildlife scientists, enthusiasts and some of the more important key players within Canada’s nature sector.

Canadian Geographic is available monthly either electronically or by mail and delivers all of the most high quality recent stories and information from across Canada on topics such as the environment, energy, education. science and technology and if you’d rather not pay for the subscriptions, they still have lots of posts that get updated periodically that have information regarding many different current issues in the environment.

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Environmental Issues and Awareness

The health of our planet is very important to everything that lives on it, if the planets health becomes poorer we in turn suffer due to Environmental PSit. Unfortunately humans don’t really have the best track record when it comes to keeping our world safe as more often than not, profit seems to trump everything else.

Various people have realized that constantly doing so raises more problems for the current population and the future generation and have made main different organization and groups in order to combat the degradation and help save the planet little by little.

If you’d like to see any of the websites feel free to click on the links below

http://www.azocleantech.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=563: Dedicates itself to finding new ways to benefit the earth with nature healthy technology

https://www.desmog.ca/environmental-issues-canada: Dedicated to help clean up the already polluted parts of Canada

http://globalnews.ca/tag/environment-canada/: Provides up to date news on Canadian environment from weather to large scale pollutant outbreaks

Nature Conservancy Canada

Nature Conservancy Canada is a group dedicated to preserving the beauty of nature in canada and has helped protect more than 2.8 million acres across the country.

They work all over the country and deal with many different types of habitats and work with the government and follow thorough processes in order to ensure a speedy and effective manner when it comes to trying to help conserve important areas in Canada.

They do other various activites that include research and helping aid cleanup in certain damaged and of interest areas.

If you’d like to learn more click on the link below.
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LAKE ST. GEORGE FIELD CENTRE

One of the highlights of this site is Lake St. George itself, a beautiful kettle lake which the property surrounds. The property is also the headwaters of the east branch of the Humber River, and features mixed woodlands, open meadows, reforested areas, and wetlands that possess abundant fish and wildlife populations.

Location

Lake St. George Field Centre is located on a 120-hectare site on the ecologically significant Oak Ridges Moraine, just east of Bayview Avenue in the Town of Richmond Hill. Get Directions.

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Learn more about LAKE ST. GEORGE FIELD CENTRE 

Ontario Nature

 

logo_OntarioNature.jpgOntario Nature believes that if we can engage ordinary citizens to become champions of nature, they will provide invaluable support in our mission to protect this province’s wild species and wild spaces. Our programs, therefore, provide unique opportunities for volunteers to actively participate in nature stewardship.

Adults and children alike learn about the natural world and become attuned to Ontario’s extraordinary natural heritage, its sensitive ecosystems and rare species. Our programs also bring along the next generation of naturalists and conservationists, tomorrow’s advocates who will speak out to protect natural places in their communities and across the province.

For more info. visit: www.ontarionature.org/

 

SPECIES: Some of the Beauty That Lives on the Moraine

The unusual diversity of faces inhabiting the Oak Ridges Moraine is due largely to the Moraine’s vast array of habitats ranging from old growth forest, to kettle lakes, to the rare tallgrass prairie.

 

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The Eastern Meadowlark was once a common bird of spring in Ontario. It is known by its penetrating whistle, said to sound like ‘spring is here’

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The best known and most common of Ontario’s large mammals, the white-tailed deer is our only species of small deer and our most common. Most often seen in the early morning or late afternoon, white-tailed deer tend to have a home range of between one and three hundred acres.

 

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Red-tailed Hawk is one of our most common hawks, recognizable by the distinctive rusty reddish feathers in its fanned tail. Its incredibly expansive range includes almost all of North America from arctic tree line to desert. While they might not always be seen, they are often heard, recognizable by their rasping 2-part descending screech.