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Today, Take Time to Reflect on what it means to be Canadian

In Canada, we are blessed with diverse landscapes and diverse people - both of which make us stronger in the face of climate change and other challenges we will face. 

May we all come together to love, learn and embrace what is good.  May we find the strength to move forward and find appreciation for each other and gratitude for the land, water, air, fire, animals, and plants that sustain this planet and us all. 

We acknowledge and thank the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation for being stewards of the traditional territory in which the HEN office resides.

Let us work together towards creating a community where everyone feels respected and welcomed.

Looking for more resources to take action? Check out these suggestions below: 

Today, Join Grandmother's Voice: Indigenous Seeds of Hope, Planting our Future  

On July 1rst from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

On July 1rst, Grandmother's Voice will create space for song, drumming and dancing.

Join at Country Heritage Park, 8560 Tremaine Road, Milton, ON. 

All are welcome to attend! COVID protocols will be in place. 

Please bring your own:
- Lawn Chair/Blanket
-Water and snacks
-Umbrella or Sunscreen

For more information visit

Protect our Planet and become an Eco-Hero!

We're back again with Eco Heroes Virtual Summer Camp! This rewarding, fun, experience is tailored to teach 6 - 10-year-olds how to be the hero of their community.

 Eco-heroes will provide your child with knowledge on our local ecosystems, the importance of sustainability and teach them about how to lead a more eco-mindful lifestyle and give back to their communities in a fun, interactive and engaging way.

Camp runs from Monday, July 26th to Friday, July 30th and is broken down into different learning days. The final registration date is Saturday, July 24th at 11:59 pm.

Register Now at


Have you noticed a lot of waste and litter in your community? Do you want to get involved and help a local clean-up?

Halton Environmental Network is excited to get the Halton community outside and enjoying our incredible green space this Summer. Made possible through the help of Dillon Consulting!

We have introduced the Litterati app that will help measure and track litter picked up by Halton residents as they tackle the continuing waste problem in our green spaces and waterways.

Not only is this a great opportunity for Halton youth to get outside and earn community involvement hours, but they can do so in a manner that abides by all provincial and local COVID-19 protocols while improving their local environment too.

Together, we can come together as a community to clean, protect and celebrate the green spaces we enjoy. Register now at or go to our website for more information. 

Do you live in Halton Hills come volunteer at the Acton Community Garden!

Do you live in Halton Hills and want to help your community, learn about gardening and have fun?

Volunteer with Halton Food at the Acton Community Garden! 

Work-bees are every Wednesday night 6:30-8:30pm. (Covid-19 protocols are in place, please let us know you are coming). 

For more information email Halton Food at
All food harvested from this garden is to support the Food for Life program at St. Alban's Anglican Church in Acton. See you there! 
The Town of Halton Hills: 
 Low-Carbon Transition Strategy
The Town of Halton Hills and the Multi-Stakeholder Governance Committee has been developing an evidence-based and community-targeted Low-Carbon Transition Strategy. The goal is for the town to reach net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2030. Modeling a set of actions across all sectors shows the town can reduce 75% of its current emissions by 2030, despite significant population growth projected over the next decade (45%). The strategy addresses the remaining emissions by purchasing carbon offsets. The following survey will be used to design climate goals that are specifically tailored to residents. All responses will be confidential and only used for statistical purposes. For more information about this article and for the survey click here 

Watch this  video to learn more about the Low-Carbon Transition Strategy.
The Town of Halton Hills Climate Change Investment Fund Invites Applicants!
In May 2019, the Halton Hills council passed a Climate Emergency Declaration, as well as set a target to become a net-zero carbon emissions community by 2030.

To reach this goal the town has set up a Climate Change Investment Fund (CCIF) to support sustainable actions from individuals, companies, organizations, and community groups in reducing their carbon footprints through mitigation measures. Applicants should apply to the CCIF for funding that supports the goal of mitigations and adaptation

Applicants that have been selected for funding will receive $2,000 from the funding budget of $15,000 available for 2021. Applications are due by Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021 and are welcome anytime before the deadline. The CCIF applications and guidelines can be found here

Calling All Volunteers!

Are you looking for volunteer hours this summer, we have lots of opportunities for you! Email to join the team and help us build sustainable world!
Support Halton Food Today!
Support the Halton FoodSpring #SoilFundraiser with Big Yellow Bag!

When you use the 
code HALTONFOOD21 you save $5 and $10 is donated to Halton Food for every bag. You receive a discount with your purchase, and Halton Food receives a donation to help run their community gardening in Halton and gardening education programming!

Order your Big Yellow Bag today!:
HEN TruEarth Fundraiser
TruEarth is a fundraiser their main product is an eco-friendly laundry detergent.  HEN will earn 20% of the profit from every purchase, which will help support our programs while benifiting the Earth at the same time!

Remember to share with all your friends and family and have them do the same! Get your eco-friendly products now at the link:

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