Superpower your school!

Are you an Ecovator – a superhero who innovates to make a difference for the environment? Does your school save the planet with its eco programs? Enter the 2015 Staples Superpower your School Contest for your chance to win $25,000 worth of technology for your school.

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EDC celebrated
Project Wild Thing

Earth Day Canada's Toronto screening of Project Wild Thing was a huge success. Thanks to all who attended, especially the EcoKids who expressed their enthusiasm for outdoor play!

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Electric vehicle test drives

Friends of Earth Day Canada test drove electric vehicles from smart Canada to promote the growth of electric transporation use and charging infrastructure in Canada. Watch Tzeporah's video.

Lead the charge

Don't wait for change. Create it!

Beyond Green is a network of information, relationships, and tools for change that engages young people (aged 18-30) in solutions-based, cross-sector environmental initiatives.

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Congratulations to our 2014 Hometown Heroes!

We received so many amazing nominations it was difficult to choose, but this year’s Hometown Heroes Award Program winners are a dedicated conservation volunteer, a watershed stewardship group and an eco-conscious furniture manufacturer.

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Free K-8 teacher resources

Our EcoKids program provides a wealth of free resources for K-8 teachers, including curriculum-linked lesson plans, activities and games. A range of new French, ESL and FSL content is coming for the 2013/14 school year.

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Public service announcements

Earth Day Canada would like to thank its media partners and supporters for their generous contributions, helping the development and placement of public service announcements that promote our programs and work. If your company is interested in furthering Earth Day Canada’s mandate to foster and celebrate environmental respect, action and behaviour change, please consider running one of our PSAs.

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