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Pollution Probe Welcomes Juliet!

Pollution Probe is pleased to welcome Juliet Rennick to the team!  Juliet holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Law and Policy from the University of Eastern Finland and a Government Relations Graduate Certificate from Seneca College. She is passionate about environmental policies and sustainable development.  Prior to joining the Pollution Probe team, Juliet worked with …

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Pollution Probe Mourns the Loss of Peter Middleton, Co-founder of Pollution Probe and first Executive Director

Pollution Probe Mourns the Loss of Peter Middleton, Co-founder of Pollution Probe and first Executive Director Toronto, ON – 3 July, 2019 – Pollution Probe is deeply saddened by the loss of a great friend, Peter Middleton, who passed away on June 30, 2019. Peter was one of the co-founders of Pollution Probe and our first …

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Pollution Probe Welcomes New Addition to our Transportation Team

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Pollution Probe Welcomes New Addition to our Transportation Team Pollution Probe is pleased to introduce the newest addition to our transportation team, Jessie Gai. Jessie joins the team from the University of Toronto, where she is working towards a Master of Applied Science in Environmental and Transportation Engineering. Jessie’s focus is on modeling air …

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Pollution Probe Welcomes Our New Interns!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Pollution Probe welcomes our new interns to the team Pollution Probe is pleased to welcome two new interns joining our team, Sabah Ibrahim and Kelsey Morden. Sabah joins us from University of Toronto, where she is undertaking a Masters of Environmental Science in Conservation and Biodiversity. Kelsey joins us from York University, where she …

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PRESS RELEASE: Pollution Probe and QUEST Release New Report on Canada’s Energy Transformation

Toronto, ON – April 25, 2019 – Pollution Probe and QUEST are pleased to announce the release of the new report, Canada’s Energy Transformation – Evolution or Revolution? A discussion paper for policymakers, utilities, regulators and key stakeholders on managing risk and creating opportunities as we build low-emission energy systems. The report was made possible …

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PRESS RELEASE: Pollution Probe and the Clean Water Foundation Release New Report on Reducing Pharmaceutical Pollution in the Great Lakes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Toronto, ON – April 4, 2019 – Pollution Probe and the Clean Water Foundation are pleased to announce the release of the new report, Reducing the Impact of Pharmaceuticals on the Great Lakes. The report was made possible thanks to the support of Environment and Climate Change Canada. Pharmaceuticals provide important benefits to society, helping …

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PRESS RELEASE: Pollution Probe and the Council of the Great Lakes Region receive funding from RBC for an innovative project to support improved watershed management in the Great Lakes

Toronto, ON – December 20, 2018 –  Pollution Probe and the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR) are pleased to be partnering with the Royal Bank of Canada on an innovative project that will support an improved approach to watershed management and adaptive decision-making in the Great Lakes. RBC has generously contributed $100,000 to …

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