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It's Not Too Late to Clean Up
Registration is open until October 31st
Fall is in the air, and as the leaves start to change Canadians are still organizing shoreline cleanups. Pick up your gloves, bags and buckets and head outdoors for a fall Shoreline Cleanup.
1. It’s fun! Cleaning a local shoreline with your friends, family, co-workers, classmates or fellow community members is the perfect way to enjoy fall weather.
2. It helps the environment! You’re helping keep your local shoreline clean of litter and making a positive impact for your local wildlife and ecosystem.
3. You can be creative! Costume Cleanups just in time for Halloween!
Click here to sign up today