A First Nations band in Quebec wants to take back control of a stretch of river that has been in wealthy American hands for over a century. (Ny Times Science) More
Obituary: David Ince, Second World War fighter pilot
Eager to have the chance to fly the Typhoon with its mighty Sabre engine, Ince had got his way by telling the recruiting wing-commander how a childhood injury that had shortened his right index finger made it easier for him to fly British, rather than ...
Posted on 16 August 2017 | 1:01 am | Google News
Locals and Tribes March Together to Oppose Construction of Natural Gas Plant
The Tacoma LNG Facility, as it's called, will be able to process and hold approximately 8 million gallons of liquefied natural gas—obtained via hydraulic fracking from nearby Rocky Mountain states and parts of Canada—and is mainly intended for use by ...
Posted on 15 August 2017 | 6:02 pm | Google News
Canoe trip offers school credit
Miller proposed his idea to the principal of Matawa and they applied for funding from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. With three ... The group fished along the way, and enjoyed fresh fish most of the time. Otherwise the ... “Each of them was ...
Posted on 14 August 2017 | 2:19 pm | Google News
Tacoma residents and indigenous communities unite to oppose LNG plant
The Tacoma LNG Facility, as it's called, will be able to process and hold approximately eight million gallons of liquefied natural gas — obtained via hydraulic fracking from nearby Rocky Mountain states and parts of Canada — and is mainly intended ...
Posted on 14 August 2017 | 11:32 am | Google News
The South African
A Canadian road-trip from Vancouver to the Rockies
The South African
The route has much appeal and our first stop is at Shannon Falls, the third highest in Canada. A short paved path leads to the base of the falls where there is an ... The canyon is a year round mountain park popular for camping, fishing, hiking ...
Posted on 14 August 2017 | 2:53 am | Google News
Don't dismiss climate change: federal minister
Superintendent of Torngat Mountains National Park, Gary Baikie speaks with Canada's Environment and Climate Change minister Catherine McKenna during a recent visit by McKenna to the park. Among other things, Baikie was with McKenna on Sallikuluk, ...
Posted on 11 August 2017 | 1:14 pm | Google News
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