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Our Superstar Site Coordinators

We recently celebrated our 2016 Site Coordinator Achievement Award winners for the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. As you can imagine, it was an extremely hard selection process seeing as we think all our cleanup volunteers are the best. In fact, it was such a difficult decision that we just had to include some equally amazing […]

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Celebrating Shoreline Leadership

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup team is incredibly grateful and proud to celebrate a record number of volunteers last year, with participation from well over 76,000 people of all ages and backgrounds. This milestone could not have been achieved without the help of our amazing site coordinators who organized and motivated teams in every province […]

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Spotlight on: Site Coordinator Ellen Querengesser

Organizing a Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup for the first time might seem like a daunting task. New Site Coordinators tend to approach the idea of organizing a cleanup hesitantly, but with the help of our Resources Page, and after seeing the results that a few helping hands can make on their waterways, many return year […]

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Spotlight on Site Coordinators: Kate and Jaynne

Fall is here, and before our shorelines and waterways are covered by leaves and snow let’s get out and do a Shoreline Cleanup! This month we feature two amazing site coordinators in Alberta who are making a difference on their local shorelines. Kate Blackburn Cleanup Site: Confederation Park Pond and Creek, A.B. Why do you […]

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Spotlight on Site Coordinators: Rose and Paul

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, presented by Loblaw Companies Limited, could not happen without the dedicated site coordinators who lead and organize each event across Canada. This month we highlight two site coordinators who have returned over the years to organize shoreline cleanups in their community. Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized? […]

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Spotlight on Site Coordinators

Last year over 54,000 volunteers participated in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, presented by Loblaw Companies Limited. These cleanups could not happen without the dedicated site coordinators who lead and organize each event. Site coordinators organize cleanups big and small from coast to coast and, more often than not, we see them coming back year […]

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