EnviroCollective hosted a Summer Scavenger Hunt on our socials! We received many photos that highlighted beautiful natural yards, gardens, active transportation, and the beautiful, sustainable possibilities for our local city. Every entry was entered in our random draw for a gift card to Stone's Throw Coffee House, and the winner was @7sistersgarden who submitted this stunning garden photo! Gardening goals!



"The Climate Atlas of Canada is an interactive tool for citizens, researchers, businesses, and community and political leaders to learn about climate change in Canada. It combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to bring the global issue of climate change closer to home, and is designed to inspire local, regional, and national action and solutions.

The Atlas explains what climate change is, how it affects Canada and what these changes mean in our communities. Various aspects of climate change can be explored using maps, graphs and climate data for provinces, local regions and cities across the country. Plain-language description and analysis make climate science understandable and meaningful. 

Documentary videos, collaboratively developed with local and Indigenous knowledge holders as well as other experts, help make local sense of the global issue of climate change. These voices of lived experience provide personal perspectives that complement the climate data and help explain the reality and the meaning of climate change in Canada.

The Atlas is one of the only tools in the world that integrates interactive web design with climatology, cinema, and cartography to connect scientific data with personal experience in compelling and easy-to-use ways." (Climate Atlas, 2019)

We highly recommend exploring this interactive tool and have linked it below!

Explore the Climate Atlas here


The Regina Folk Festival has joined forces with Guest Curator Music Declares Emergency this year to bring attention to climate action. Music Declares Emergency is "a group of artists, music industry professionals, organizations and music fans that stand together to declare a climate and ecological emergency. We believe in the power of music to promote the cultural change needed to create a better future." Regina Folk Festival and Music Declares Emergency were able to interview artists and musicians and highlight why these artists support climate action and how they factor sustainability into their work!

Additionally, "The Regina Folk Festival’s 2023 theme is Web of Life: Music and community in harmony with the Earth. This summer we will celebrate the natural world, and the musicians, people and groups working to protect it, with the goal of encouraging greater engagement with environmental issues and to combat climate dread.

While being the biggest party of the year, the Regina Folk Festival works to pay attention to emerging dialogues in the community, including the climate emergency, a leading concern of our time.

This year we commit to reviewing the Regina Folk Festival’s connection to environmental sustainability and our interdependence with the natural world, with 2023 being year one of our learning. We must do this in order to help heal our planet and protect our future." We suggest learning more at reginafolkfestival.com.

The lineup for this year's Regina Folk Festival is incredible, with artists and musicians Alan Doyle, The Halluci Nation, The Strumbellas, Shad and so much more and you can still buy tickets to attend!! Click the link below!

You can still buy tickets here!



Biktrix is a Saskatoon based electric bike company that was founded by CEO Roshan Thomas. Using Kickstarter, Roshan successfully "propelled Biktrix from a one-man conversion kit operation into an online direct-to-consumer premium electric bike company" (biktrix.ca).

Biktrix is no longer based out of Roshan's garage, but is now centrally located in downtown Saskatoon. All Biktrix bikes are built in Saskatoon and are fully customizable, a really unique feature for e-bikes! You can also test ride them on the Meewasin trail in Saskatoon!

Biktrix carries many different types of e-bikes, including some cargo bikes, which are difficult to find in North America. They ship worldwide and pride themselves on great customer service.


Learn more about Biktrix here


Join us at Regina's 2023 Sustainability Expo!

Discover a world of sustainability initiatives from local groups to global movements. The Expo is your chance to explore and sample numerous projects happening worldwide, showing you that you're not alone in building a sustainable community.

This event aims to unite climate action, environmental advocates, and sustainability enthusiasts, fostering connections among community groups. You'll have the opportunity to showcase your efforts in supporting sustainability within our community.

This year, we're excited to introduce the Repair Café, in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council. Bring in your household items, and our skilled volunteers will fix them for free, encouraging us all to prioritize repair over waste.

To further promote sustainability, creativity, and environmental awareness, the Expo will also feature a recycle arts and trade show. Be amazed by art and craft items made from recycled or upcycled materials.

Don't miss this chance to be part of Regina's 2023 Sustainability Expo. Let's build a sustainable future together!

RSVP now to secure your spot. We look forward to seeing you there!

Register here


EnviroCollective is a non-partisan, judgement free group that is open to everyone. If you've been looking for a place to get involved in taking climate action, join us! We have a role and a space for everyone! Email us at [email protected] or DM us through our socials Facebook/Instagram @envirocollectiveyqr or Twitter @envirocollect1.

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