Oct
21
Wed
Grey To Green Is Going Virtual! @ Online
Oct 21 – Oct 23 all-day

Grey to Green Conference

In light of COVID-19, Grey to Green is joining our CitiesAlive conference in a virtual setting this year.

This will combine the best of both event programs to feature student focused programming, world-class speakers, local tours, and more!

SESSIONS WILL …

  • Focus on design, policy, and research
  • Be coupled with in-person tours on Saturdays
  • Contain keynotes and panel sessions
  • Include the Awards of Excellence

Visit CitiesAlive online to learn more and register.

 

Oct
24
Sat
Fletchers Creek SNAP Community Tree Planting @ Chris Gibson Park
Oct 24 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Credit Valley Conservation logo

Join Credit Valley Conservation at the Fletchers Creek SNAP tree planting event!

SNAP brings residents together to take local action and build resilience to climate change in mature neighbourhoods. Help us grow the urban forest and beautify the Fletchers Creek neighbourhood.

The well-being of our participants and staff is our top priority. We are following provincial and local regulations regarding COVID-19 guidelines for outdoor gatherings. We will do everything we can to ensure participants maintain physical distancing at our events. If this is not possible, staff and participants will be asked to wear a safety mask.

Online registration and COVID-19 screening are required.

Learn More and Register.

 

Oct
27
Tue
Top Ten Compliance Issues for Canadian Registered Charities @ Online
Oct 27 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

A Webinar with Mark Blumberg
– The 2020 Edition

Presented by Sustainability Network

A great deal has been written about legal compliance surrounding charities in Canada.

Much of that material, however, is highly specialized, hard to understand and sometimes esoteric. As a result, it can be extremely difficult for charities, employees, and volunteers to focus on the issues that are most important.

This webinar provides plain-language information and resources about the CRA compliance obligations of Canadian charities for 2020.

All participants will receive a confirmation email and a link to join the webinar through Zoom. A recording of the webinar and a copy of the presentation slides will be provided to registrants.

Learn More and Register.

 

Oct
29
Thu
Nature in your Neighbourhood: Spooky Edition @ Online
Oct 29 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

How well do you know your local wildlife? Learn about the unique traits and adaptations of animals living in and around urban spaces. During this “spooky edition” we’ll highlight some of the local “creatures of the night” and how they’ve adapted to the dark!

Participants will receive at-home learning activities to enjoy this season.

Costumes are encouraged! This program is intended for families with children.

Learn More and Register.

This workshop is taking place via Zoom. After registration you will be emailed a link to join the webinar.

TRCA is committed to creating an accessible experience for all participants. If you require an accommodation, please email stephanie.parish@trca.ca at least 7 days prior to the event.

 

Nov
19
Thu
Cultivating and Protecting our Green Legacy @ Online
Nov 19 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

2020 Ontario Urban Forest Council
Virtual Annual Summit & AGM

This year, the Ontario Urban Forest Council‘s (OUFC) annual conference is going virtual with the theme “Cultivating and Protecting Our Green Legacy”, which aims to address how urban forest conservation is championed through various initiatives.

This year’s impressive lineup of speakers will share insight into the challenges and the solutions they have implemented to ensure that urban forests are not only cherished, but also perpetuated and sustained.

Learn More and Register.

This event is FREE to attend thanks to the generous support from OUFC sponsors and partners including the Clean Air Partnership and Bioforest, York Region & Urban Forest Innovations Inc. However, we encourage that participants consider purchasing an annual OUFC membership.