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Victoria Day: Easy on the Earth, Easy on Your Wallet

Posted on May 16, 2014 by

Just as Memorial Day signals the unofficial start of summer for Americans, Victoria Day is a notice to Canadians to kick off their winter boots and settle in for the warmer months. Many will choose to spend the long weekend at home, while others will head out on the road for a quick getaway. Whatever […]

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Carbon Threat to the Great Barrier Reef

Posted on March 20, 2014 by

The Great Barrier Reef, the 1,800-mile long coral reef formation off the coast of Australia, is in grave danger due to climate change and could see its destruction in just 16 years, a new report says.   Home to hundreds of different coral, sponges, mollusks, rays, dolphins, tropical fish, birds, reptiles and other animals, and one […]

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Eco-Friendly Winter Beauty Tips

Posted on March 6, 2014 by

The last few months have you wondering why your scalp is flaking, your skin is dry and ashen and your nails are splitting. Don’t despair! This isn’t a slow transformation into the abominable snowman. It’s just the change in the weather. Aside from having to dig our cars out of the snow and put on […]

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Need Energy? Spray It On With New Spray-On Solar Technology

Posted on September 19, 2013 by

Imagine a world where you never have to remember to charge your cellphone.  Imagine living in a home that is powered by a reliable, consistent, affordable, alternative energy source. Scientist Jillian Buriak and her team of researchers from the University of Alberta have been working on an experiment to produce solar cells from elements found inside the Earth’s crust. […]

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Going Green: A Lesson For Kids

Posted on May 3, 2012 by

Healthy habits start early. Cliché as it is, in the case of environmental awareness, the familiar saying rings true! Do you live a green lifestyle? Teaching your kids about living green can help encourage future green efforts for generations to come. The earlier you teach your children good “going green” habits, the more likely it […]

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