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First and foremost, a huge thanks the thousands of visitors, commentators and followers that took part in this blog over the past years. As those still following know, the blog tailed off after my ...
I typically do not re-post articles, but yesterday's piece is the Guardian is noteworthy. Titled "read more about "Canada Savaged Over Oil Sands"
Many books offer environmental understanding and perspective, but few of ...
With the debate over global warming slowly shifting towards action, Al Gore's follow up to An Inconvenient Truth promises to open the way for on the ground change and real solutions. read more about "Our Choice Follows 'Truth': Al..."
US President Obama met with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper late last week in Ottawa. Following their brief meeting t ...
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Vancouver (pronounced /vænˈkuːvɚ/) is a coastal city and major seaport located in the Lower Mainland of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is the largest city in British Columbia and in the Pacific Northwest region. It is bounded by the Strait of Georgia, the Fraser River, the Coast Mountains, and the city of Burnaby. Vancouver is named after Captain George Vancouver, a British explorer.
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