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The Cool Aunt – PLT Canada contest winner thanks his #MyGreenMentor

January 15, 2020

How many of us love nature because of a family member? Just ask Kevin Southgate, PLT Canada’s most recent contest winner. “I love nature because of my aunt. When I saw the #MyGreenMentor contest, I immediately thought of her,” shares Kevin, a current Childhood and Social Institutions student at Kings…


My experience at COP25 – the world’s largest climate change conference

December 20, 2019

Earlier this month, I attended COP25, the world’s largest climate change conference, in Madrid, Spain. Over 30,000 people from around the world took part in the two-week conference, including Indigenous groups, youth activists (yes, Greta was there), businesses, and world leaders. Throughout the conference, they discussed oceans, sustainable tourism, food…


Wrap Up Video for the Green Ride for Green Jobs

December 20, 2019

Zac Wagman, PLT Canada Green Jobs manager, cycled across Canada this summer on a wooden bike, meeting young people who call the outdoors their office. He rode a beautiful wooden bike made in Montreal by SFI-certified company Picolo Velo. His brother Nick accompanied him the entire way for moral and…


Enhanced career supports for youth coming in 2020

December 17, 2019

Youth across Canada will be better supported to enter the workforce in 2020 and in following years thanks to tremendous growth at Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada). Thanks in part to funding by the Government of Canada and employers across the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) and Canadian Parks Council…


Making Connections in Alberta

December 12, 2019

By Paul Robitaille, Manager, Indigenous and Youth Relations One of the best parts about my role at PLT Canada is getting to connect with Canada’s future forest and conservation leaders.  Not long ago, we were invited to participate in a series of career fairs for First Nation and Métis students…


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