Earth Day 2015 — How to take action for our 25th Anniversary!

Join millions of Canadians in a focused and united effort to live green on Earth Day, April 22nd.

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Nominate your Hometown Hero!

Earth Day Canada is looking to award Canada’s environmental heroes! Nominate a youth, individual, group or small business from your community.

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Superpower your School Contest winners announced

Staples Canada, in collaboration with Earth Day Canada, recently announced 10 winning schools in the 2015 Staples Superpower your School Contest! Close to 600 publicly-funded elementary and secondary schools submitted entries detailing their environmental initiatives.

Find out more about the winners

Sign the 2015 Earth Flag!

Looking ahead to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris later this year, Earth Day Canada’s 2015 goal is to collect one million signatures on our 2015 Earth Flag – especially those from children and youth! Submit your Earth Flag by June 5!

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Introducing the new Beyond Green initiative Waking the Frog

Earth Day Canada’s youth program Beyond Green has launched a new climate initiative called Waking the Frog, where we’ve teamed up with cleantech entrepreneur Tom Rand to inspire you to take action!

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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 2014/15 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.

Earth Day Canada PSAs »