Tell Our Regional Councillors to Protect Niagara’s Natural Heritage for Our Children

The Following is a Moving Message from some of Niagara’s Children Shared by the Biodiversy and Climate Action Committee of Niagara
Posted May 19th, 2021 on Niagara At Large

These two young brothers care about the environment.

They go to the Woodland school in Niagara and belong to its Green Heron Ecoclub.

Their club made this fantastic four-minute video that talks about their concern for Niagara’s unique and special environment.

Please take a few minutes to watch it by clicking on the screen immediately below – 

For more on the Biodiversity and Climate Action Committee, a large coalition of individuals and groups dedicated to working for a healthier natural in Niagara, click on – Biodiversity and Climate Action Committee – Niagara

Please contact your members of Niagara Regional Council NOW and urge them to support Option 3C – a higher level of protection for Niagara’s water resources and green places – when they meet for a Regional Council Meeting this Thursday, May 20th at 6:30 p.m.

For contact information for your Regional Councillors, click on –

Please also feel free to share this entire post of messages from children by emailing the link for it to your Regional Councillors. Here is the link – .

Read a related story on what is at stake now at Niagara Regional Council by clicking on – .

NIAGARA AT LARGE Encourages You To Join The Conversation By Sharing Your Views On This Post In The Space Following The Bernie Sanders Quote Below.

“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders


One response to “Tell Our Regional Councillors to Protect Niagara’s Natural Heritage for Our Children

  1. I emailed my regional councilor (Tom Insinna) to recommend 3C+ but never received a reply or acknowledgement. He was not present at the meeting either.
    I also emailed Fort Erie mayor, Wayne Redekop. He replied to my email but did not vote for 3C or 3C+.

    Disappointing since our area has one of the lowest levels of green space in the province.


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