Programs & Events

Look After Where You Live

Look After Where You Live is a unique team-building program that empowers corporate groups, increases morale, and helps participants to understand their local environment and how they can make an immediate, visible impact.

Thursday November 7, 2019

5:00 p.m. to 9:00 pm.
Riviera Event Space, 2800 Hwy. 7, Vaughan, ON

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Living City Impact Awards

The Living City Impact Awards recognize outstanding groups and individuals for initiatives that enrich communities in Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) jurisdiction and help advance its mandate.

bridge over Humber River

Healthy Rivers and Shorelines

Impact in this category may be related to water efficiency and innovation, wastewater management, stormwater management, erosion risk management, green infrastructure, etc.

woman walks alongside wildflower meadow

Greenspace and Biodiversity

Impact in this category may be related to land securement and management, ecological restoration, parks management, species monitoring, invasive species management, etc.

aerial view of residential neighbourhood

Sustainable Communities

Impact in this category may be related to active transportation, renewable energy, climate change mitigation, waste management, urban planning, community development, etc.

urban greenspace

Business Excellence

Impact in this category may be related to business innovation, entrepreneurship, professional development and advancement training, economic development, etc.

Leadership Award and Scholarships

paddlers on Humber River

Charles Sauriol Leadership Award

The Charles Sauriol Leadership Award celebrates an individual for their inspiring leadership and lasting contributions to the conservation sector.

young woman hiking in the woods

$3,000 B. Harper Bull Scholarship

This $3,000 scholarship is given to a post-secondary student who is pursuing a future career in the Environment or Cultural Heritage sector and lives in TRCA’s jurisdiction.

young woman balancing on log in forest

$2,000 B. Harper Bull Scholarship

This $2,000 scholarship is given to a post-secondary student who is pursuing a future career in the Environment or Cultural Heritage sector and lives in TRCA’s jurisdiction.

students at Lake St George Field Centre birdwatching with binoculars

$1,000 B. Harper Bull Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship is given to a post-secondary student who is pursuing a future career in the Environment or Cultural Heritage sector and lives in TRCA’s jurisdiction.