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What You Can Do Environment Canada wants everybody to know how they can be an important part of Canada’s environmental health. This website has special sections directed at students and ideas for them to contribute to a green future for their school, community, country and globe.
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What You Can Do


Environment Canada wants everybody to know how they can be an important part of Canada’s environmental health. This website has special sections directed at students and ideas for them to contribute to a green future for their school, community, country and globe.

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