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I’ve been inspired again to pick up litter around my neighbourhood after attending another annual Canadian Shoreline Cleanup with the Trillium Lions recently– you can view the blog post here. I have always loved picking up trash… it might sound … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again! Another chance to clean up the Canadian shoreline! 🙂 Cleanups should be done regularly throughout the year so that there is less litter buildup and so that we can ensure that the wildlife … Continue reading
This is not the first time I’ve done a shoreline cleanup event, nor is it the first one that I’ve done with the Toronto Trillium Lions. In fact, the first time that I participated in a Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup was … Continue reading
One of the things I absolutely LOVE doing is cleanups. There’s just something almost ‘thrilling’ in the challenge of the ‘treasure’-hunting process — treat every piece of trash that you can spot out in the natural environment of greenery as … Continue reading
Last week, as part of the spring time Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, a group of eager Mother Nature lovers and I landed upon Little Norway Park to rid its space of any litter that others have left behind. The Great … Continue reading
This year’s Shoreline Cleanup takes place at Bluffer’s Park which is a beautiful sandy beach and park in Scarborough. Compared to the rest of Scarborough, it is hard to find anything like the Bluffs. Once you are there and hiking … Continue reading