Media Coverage

Check out the latest press coverage about us and our partners and get the scoop on what we’re up to!

The Peel Environmental Youth Alliance held its annual EcoBuzz conference to inspire climate action during National Youth Week. Read more

Ecosource launches new climate-focused summer camp in Mississauga with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.  Read more

Ecosource’s Peel Creek Activator Program Receives Support through the Government of Ontario’s Great Lakes Local Action Fund.  Read more

Ecosource receives Community Food Systems grant from United Way Greater Toronto for new Deep Roots program.  Read more

How one gardener found a sense of community at Parkway Green Generation Garden. Read more

Executive Director Britt McKee on Ecosource’s community garden partnership with City of Mississauga. Read more

Ecosource is among ten non-profit and charitable organizations to receive funding through the Ontario Trillium Foundation.  Read more

Ecosource is one of dozens of community groups to receive grant funding from the City of Mississauga.  Read more

In collaboration with Ecosource, the Burnhamthorpe Library in the Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre launches its…  Read more

Travelling the Credit was a program offered by Ecosource for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth of ages 12 to 24.  Read more

Ecosource welcomes all community members to our Spring Open House, in celebration of community led environmental action.  Read more

Ecosource celebrated Earth Day 2017 in partnership with the City of Mississauga. Read more

PEYA’s EcoBuzz conference serves as a vital networking opportunity for students, teachers, community partners, and… Read more

The Youth Rain Action Project team designed and installed a beautiful rain garden in collaboration with Toronto and Region Conservation… Read more

On December 3, the environmental organization Ecosource held their fourth annual Green Change Champions Awards Ceremony. Read more

In the Region of Peel, we live and work on the traditional territory and treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We would like to acknowledge the first inhabitants of these lands and those who continue to live in these regions, including the Anishinabek, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, Ojibway/Chippewa and Métis peoples.

We occupy colonized First Nation territories and it is our responsibility to recognize our colonial histories, their present-day implications, and to work together to honour, protect and sustain Indigenous rights, and this land.

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