Lake Ontario Waterkeeper is a growing nonprofit organization based in Toronto, Ontario. We are seeking an Office Assistant to help our team protect swimmable, drinkable, fishable water during this busy season. Our ideal candidate is a highly-organized, helpful individual who has experience working in an office environment and enjoys being part of a team.
Aquaculture facilities, like fish farms, pollute surrounding waters with pesticides, drugs and organic waste. The new regulations are intended to give more power to the aquaculture industry regulate itself.
I’ve been asked this question over and over again and I always come back to the same notion: the people who make the smartest choices for their communities are the ones who understand their personal connection to water. But who are they? And what qualifies them to lead?