As Ontario Election Nears, Demand Clear Commitments from Political Leaders on Conserving Our Natural Heritage

“Together, we (the people) can be the voice for wild species and wild spaces on election day.”

A Message from Ontario Nature, a time-honoured public interest group, dedicated to advocating for our natural places the wildlife inhabiting them

Posted March 9th, 2022 on Niagara At Large

On June 2, 2022, Ontarians will head to the polls to elect our next provincial government. As election campaigns get underway, you will have various opportunities to make your voice heard.

Be ready when candidates come knocking on your door, when local media cover the upcoming election and for all-candidate meetings.

Read our latest blog <https://ontarionature.thankyou4caring.org/page.redir?target=https%3a%2f%2fontarionature.org%2fvote-for-nature-blog%2f&srcid=49835&srctid=1&erid=8773241&trid=2c8927f9-ee0d-427e-bf11-8c4cd3e00f73> to find out three topics and questions you could raise.

You may even find these issues spark good discussions with those around you as they consider their vote.

Together, we can be the voice for wild species and wild spaces on election day.

P.S. There’s only one Ontario and the time to protect it is now. Your vote and work to put nature in the forefront of this election will decide whether Ontario addresses the biodiversity and climate crises.

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 “As Ontario Election Nears, Demand Clear Commitments from Political Leaders on Conserving Our Natural Heritage

  1. We can no longer afford to elect politicians who are not willing to take action to address the climate emergency. We have no more time to waste. The current Provincial government has taken us backward when comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, cancelling green energy contracts, ripping out already installed charging stations, planning on building new highways, encouraging sprawl and gutting just about every piece of environmental legislation we had in this province. We have both Provincial and local elections this year. Choose wisely for our children. – Liz Benneian

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