Screening of “Happening to Us” – a Tuk TV Film

Ecology North will be hosting a FREE film screening of the short 20-minute film, Happening to Us, brought to you by Tuk TV. Experience the impacts of climate change through the eyes of Inuvialuit youth from Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, a remote community on the coast of the Arctic ocean. Come watch this incredible film as they share their stories of how their community, one of the hardest hit places in the world by climate change, is falling into the ocean.

The film showcases conversations with community members of Tuktoyaktuk, Scientists, Natan Obed, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, and the former Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna. Embark on a journey to explore authentic human stories behind climate impacts.

This event requires pre-registration as spots are limited. You can register at the following link: https://forms.gle/rh34pDjSZPwAstNj7

Social distancing measures will be in place. People are encouraged to wear masks. Funding for this event is kindly provided by the City of Yellowknife. 

If you have any questions, please contact Jessie at jessie@ecologynorth.ca

Waste Reduction Week – Waste Forum: COVID-19 Edition

Waste Forum: COVID-19 Edition

Join Ecology North for a Waste Forum: COVID-19 Edition discussing how the pandemic has impacted waste management and operations in Yellowknife. Stakeholders have been invited to share setbacks and/or opportunities they have experienced throughout the pandemic.

Guest speakers will include:

  • Chris Vaughn, Manager, Sustainability and Solid Waste Management;
  • Jason Brinson, Executive Director, The Salvation Army Yellowknife;
  • Peter Houweling, General Manager, Kavanaugh Bros;
  • Christa Domchek, Recycling Program Coordinator, GNWT ENR; and
  • Steve and Jennifer Payne, Admins & Moderators of Salvagers Unite Facebook Page.

You can join us for this event by following this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82369670335

Or join us in person at the Northern United Place auditorium. If you decide to join us in person please practice social distancing.

Ecology North AGM 2020

Attention Members and Supporters

Ecology North’s 2020 AGM is fast approaching. This year’s AGM and election of the Board of Directors will be hosted on zoom conferencing on September 24th, 2020 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM.

Find out what we’ve been working on, how we have adapted (and continue to adapt), discuss our strategic plan moving forward, or just drop in to say hi and show your support for our northern environment. Members in good standing will have the opportunity to vote-in our new Board of Directors. Unsure if you are a member? Contact Marie at admin@ecologynorth.ca or 873-6019 to find out!

Join the meeting by following this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89882615478

We’re Looking for New Board of Directors

Want to make a direct impact in your community? Put your name forward to be part of Ecology North’s next Board of Directors! Ecology North is entering a challenging but exciting time. We are entering a new strategic planning year with a small but dedicated core group who are looking for driven and engaged Board Members. If you believe in our mission of bringing people and knowledge together for a healthy northern environment forever, then consider joining us and put your name forward. If you are not interested but know friends or family who might, please help us spread the word. Ecology North aims to be representative of the diverse population of the North, and we are actively seeking candidates from various backgrounds. Fill out this nomination form to put your name forward.

Managing Hazardous Waste in Your Community

Step-by-step tips for community staff in NWT aiming to safely manage hazardous waste. This video will help you to understand how to separate, store, label and inventory hazardous waste before ultimately shipping it out of your community to a registered receiving facility. Learn how to create and follow a waste management plan that will keep the people, land and water in your community safe and healthy.