Environment Haliburton launched the nation-wide Blue Dot Campaign in Haliburton County last night. It happened at Nature’s Place in Minden, where president Carolynn Coburn said Canada’s environmental performance is a national disgrace.

The campaign was started to change the charter of rights and freedoms to include the right to a healthy environment.

Past Enviro-Heroes of Haliburton County were in attendance to sign the petition. Environment Haliburton is looking for people to get involved and help circulate the petition over the next several months.

You can find more information about the Blue Dot Campaign by clicking here.

You can go to Environment Haliburton’s website, and contact President Carolynn Coburn by emailing her at mccoburn@halhinet.on.ca.