spring cover

Fall 2018

One Honda, 100,000 trees
Forest Recovery Canada and the Honda Canada Foundation are celebrating nearly 100,000 trees planted as part of a longstanding partnership to enhance forests across Canada. Forest Recovery Canada is a national tree planting effort with a focus on enhancing forest cover and connectivity across the nation. Working alongside local planting organizations, municipalities, First Nations groups, environmental groups, and corporate sponsors, FRC strategically establishes forests across Canada, all in support of a common goal of healthy and resilient ecosystems. 

Since 2013, the Honda Canada Foundation has supported Forest Recovery Canada’s tree planting programs through the ‘One Honda. One Tree.’ campaign, which plants a tree for every Honda lawn and garden or ATV product sold from April 1 to July 31 each year.

In 2018, Forest Recovery Canada and Honda planted trees in Dartmouth, NS; Boucherville, PQ; Surrey, BC; and Calgary, AB. Local tree planting partners and Honda employees joined us to
plant trees in support of greater habitat, clean air and water, and a more resilient ecosystem. 

National efforts are made possible by partnerships between groups and organizations with a common commitment to healthy forests and natural ecosystems.


Fall 2018 News:
• Mountain Province Diamonds joins Canadamark™  
• NWT Mining and Exploration Awards nominations launched
• PDAC 2019 set for Toronto
• One Honda, 100,000 trees
• Terratec division’s mine reclamation program
• Royal Canadian Mint issues first coin minted of pure Nunavut gold
• Highway could advance new NWT Mining District
• North Star Air opens new hangar in Thompson, MB