Climate change is real and it’s happening. Yet, there is still climate change denial which impacts our ability and willingness to deal with it.
“Indoors and outdoors, it will represent a fresh take on the blending of culture, diversity, plant collections, horticulture displays and community gathering space.”
While Liberals and New Democrats look for voters concerned about the environment, the Conservatives are mostly quiet about it.
Some Manitoba voters are rallying for a change in government that will support First Nations rights.
Hydro-electricity was supposed to be Manitoba’s ace in the hole, but like always, reality changes things when you plan for the future.
With the election campaign in full swing, some Canadians are annoyed that certain key issues are not being debated.
While city has grand plans to improve bus service in the future, everyone, from the mayor on down, needs to re-focus on the here and now, and get it right.
While Winnipeg gets its drinking water from Shoal Lake 40 reserve, residents there are cut off from the mainland with no easy access to potable water.
Grassy Narrows resident Chrissy Swain calls on Canadians to protect freshwater resources for future generations by opposing Energy East Pipeline.
Manitoba Eco-Network focuses on the little decisions people make on a daily basis that provide opportunities to care for the environment and leave a healthy world for future generations.