Canada’s high-stakes herring fishery gamble
Fisheries and Oceans Canada is gambling with a public resource when it comes to herring fishery management. Herring populations are so important yet so variable that managing them in a conventional way is too risky.
Senior Research Scientist
Danforth bike lanes would boost safety and business
The City of Toronto is currently conducting a “complete streets” study on Danforth from Broadview to Victoria Park to improve safety for all road users. As part of the process, the city is considering installing protected bike lanes in this corridor.
Climate Change and Transportation Policy Analyst
Inuit infants need access to medication to prevent respiratory illness
Inuit infants living in Arctic Canada have some of the highest rates of hospitalization and intensive care unit admission in the world due to a virus called respiratory syncytial virus.
David Suzuki is a world-renowned scientist, broadcaster, author, activist and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation.
Wood surplus shows there’s room for the forestry industry and caribou
Despite industry’s long-standing claim that protecting critical caribou habitat is incompatible with a healthy forestry sector, it has finally recognized there isn’t a shortage of wood.
Ontario Science Campaigns Manager