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Northwatch is a regional coalition of environmental organizations,  community groups and individual members in northeastern Ontario.

Founded in January of 1988, Northwatch has as a priority issues that are of a regional nature: sound energy planning, healthy forests, responsible mining, waste reduction, and conservation of our natural resources and environmental assets. Northwatch has worked with residents over the past two decades to prevent northeastern Ontario from becoming the receiving ground for foreign wastes, whether it’s Toronto's garbage, Ontario's biomedical waste, Canada's nuclear reactor fuel waste, or PCB's from around the world. 
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Issue Pages and Web Sites

Another Abstract ImagePlease visit these additional issue pages and web sites to learn more about Northwatch's current work.



Resources

Northwatch has numerous resources available including publications, newsletters, workshops and fact sheets. Contact us for details.

Our Networks

Northwatch is a member of  Great Lakes United, MiningWatch Canada, Nuclear Waste Watch and the Ontario Environment Network.

Feed Back

Your comments, questions, suggestions and feedback are always welcome! Interested in volunteering with Northwatch? We're interested in hearing from you! Please email us or call us at 705 497 0373.


Last Updated April 2014

Coming Events

Spring 2014 Workshop Series
DIGGING DEEPER
What  does Step 3 of the NWMO Nuclear Waste Burial Plan Mean for the North of Superior Region?

Tuesday, April 1
Nipigon Community Centre
Wednesday, April 2
Schreiber Municipal Office
Thursday, April 3
Harmony Senior Centre, White River
Presentation at 7 pm followed  by a roundtable discussion


OUR RISK, THEIR REWARD
TransCanada Pipelines Energy East Project - Council of Canadians Speaking Tour
North Bay Stop
Saturday, April 12th, 7 pm


In the News

Northwatch's nuclear waste sessions in Nipigon, Schreiber and White River April 1-3  CBC

Ontario Energy Board Kapuskasing session on Energy East  KapTimes


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