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Why Rudolph the Reindeer really has a red nose!

Blog entry by Marie Moucarry | December 12, 2017

He’s found on our Holiday greeting cards, on our festive napkins, sweaters and cushions. Toy manufacturers love him and children’s clothing brands use him profusely. He is indeed the most famous of all reindeers; our beloved Rudolph. ...

Call on provincial premiers to protect caribou habitat

Blog entry by Lydie Padilla | November 3, 2017

You already sent an email to the premiers of the provinces and territories asking them to protect boreal caribou habitat. What if you were to call them out publicly and expose their lack of action? That’s why we’re asking...

To protect free speech and forests, lend your voice -- literally!

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | May 24, 2017 1 comment

Can you imagine a world in which Greenpeace and other advocacy groups were no longer able to stand up for our forests, oceans, and climate? A giant logging corporation called Resolute Forest Products can -- and is fighting to make this...

Don't let Greenpeace disappear

Blog entry by Molly Dorozenski | May 16, 2017 9 comments

Today, we’re halting our normal communication with you to talk about something urgent. We’re taking the day to look back on some of the big accomplishments of the organization from the past half century -- and also to imagine...

Our vision for sustainable forests includes workers

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | May 13, 2017 1 comment

We are troubled by the recent job losses announced in the forest industry which affect workers and their families. Greenpeace Canada is committed to work with unions and local communities to ensure the logging industry adopts and...

Sending Wild Caribou to a Zoo?

Blog entry by Eduardo Sousa | April 25, 2017

We live in very odd times. We have in powerful positions of world leadership politicians who wish to take us back to the 1950s, or earlier, in terms of environmental and social policies. We have governments rolling back hard-won...

The Great Northern Forest Needs You

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | March 22, 2017

For thousands of years, it has filtered our water, purified our air and regulated our climate. It is home to countless animals like the caribou and the wolverine, as well as hundreds of Indigenous communities. It is our Great Northern...

A World Without Greenpeace? How One Corporation Is Attacking Your Right to Speak for...

Blog entry by Molly Dorozenski | March 16, 2017 1 comment

Your right to speak out is being threatened right now in a dizzying variety of ways, not only by oppressive governments around the world, but also by underhanded corporations who want to suppress speech through expensive lawsuits. ...

Resolute responds to Greenpeace campaigns by labelling us a “criminal enterprise”.

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | January 23, 2017 5 comments

Greenpeace and industry leaders announce the ambitious global moratorium on soy from newly deforested Amazon. Resolute Forest Products has responded to Greenpeace’s Boreal forest campaign with aggressive PR campaigns and...

Mining without consent of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake?

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt, Head of Forest Campaign | November 3, 2016

On October 10 th , and as a part of the national Indigenous Day of Action, members of the  Algonquins of Barriere Lake took to Highway 117  to raise awareness of a new threat to their traditional territories – a prospective mine within...

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