Sierra Club of Canada


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Sierra Club of Canada

Address:1 Nicholas St, Suite 412
Ottawa, ON K1N7B7

Phone:613-241-4611
Fax:613-241-2292
Phone:888-810-4204
Web: www.sierraclub.ca
Established: 1969. Description:Concerned with protecting the integrity of global ecosystems. Focuses on five threats: loss of animal and plant species, deterioration of the planet's oceans and atmosphere, the growing presence of toxic chemicals in living things, destruction of wilderness areas, and population growth and over-consumption. Members: 7,000 members and supporters. Dues: $40/year ($20/year for students/seniors).
Publications: SCAN (quarterly); free to members and online. Greenze Gazette (monthly); free electronic newsletter.

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