Plastic-Free Greater Sudbury gets $75K from the Ontario Trillium Foundation

Feb 4th, 2020

SUDBURY -- A Sudbury environmental group is getting a big injection of funds from the province to help with efforts to reduce single-use plastics in the city.

Sudbury leaders helping businesses go plastic-free Social Sharing

Feb 5th, 2020

Group gets $75,000 grant from Ontario's Trillium Foundation

Grocery store chain plastic bag removal welcomed by most Sudburians

Aug 1st, 2019

Sobeys says it will scrap plastic bags from all stores in 2020

CBC News: This Sudbury group is challenging people to give up single-use plastics

Aug 14th, 2018

"We need to make a change and we need to reduce our consumption"

Plastic-Free Greater Sudbury receives $75K from province

Feb 5th, 2020

Ontario Trillium Foundation Seed Grant backs initiative to reduce single-use plastics at Sudbury restaurants, businesses

New project to reduce, divert litter from Sudbury's Junction Creek

Aug 6th, 2019

For the past 20 years, the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee has been working to restore and revitalize the waterway and the ecosystem within it. Miranda Virtanen is the executive director of the group. She recently spoke with CBC reporter Angela Gemmill about a two-year project they'll be working on.

New project to reduce, divert litter from Sudbury's Junction Creek

Aug 6th, 2019

Junction Creek Stewardship Committee, Plastic-Free Greater Sudbury to partner on research project, cleanups

CBC Morning North: Could you give up plastic straws?

Aug 14th, 2018

Sudbury organization is challenging people to say goodbye to single-use plastics


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