2017 was a year of extremes. Spring served up very heavy rainfall, Lake Ontario reached its highest recorded level and the hottest day of the year came on September 24, not in the middle of July when we’d expect it.
We know that our climate and environment are connected and that they impact the health of our communities and our economic well-being.
In 2017, we continued working with partners to address big environmental challenges – from helping relieve some effects of climate change by planting more trees, to tackling growing urbanization by naturally managing stormwater.
With our many partners, we’re boots on the ground, hands in the water and fingers in the soil helping Mother Nature in this important corner of the world.
You’re welcome to join us. Continue scrolling through these pages to learn more about CVC’s great work in 2017.