Winnipeg has hitched its green wagon to Emterra Waste Management, a company that’s garnered many contracts across Canada, but the experience on the prairies has not been glowing.
The year’s largest, brightest moon lit the sky yesterday, which had shutterbugs everywhere taking many photos of Earth’s closest neighbour.
The Food Security Network Gathering, a free event open to all on June 17, will feature presentations about programs involving food security.
Summer is finally here and many are thinking about keeping the grass green and the flowers blooming. But how we maintain our lawn and garden can significantly impact our health and the environment.
Now that the days are getting warmer, there’s no finer way to see the world go by than from the seat of a bicycle. We’re blessed in River Heights to have one of the finest urban cycling route anywhere.
The Insurance Bureau of Canada says weather disasters are costing more than a billion dollars in claims every year; a number that will rise unless municipalities can improve things like drainage.
A month ago, much of Manitoba was still covered in snow. Then came the magic. The temperature climbed above 20 degrees under bright sunshine. But don’t ever take that scraper brush out of the car because on the prairies, you just never know.
Want to make “something meaningful” out of discarded buildings and materials? Larraine Henning’s A Practical Guide to Squatting can help.
Inclement weather did not deter those who participated in this year’s Seventh Generation Walk for Mother Earth held in support of the Voices of Indigenous Women and in solidarity with the Idle No More Movement.
In 1998, it looked like Woodhaven residents would see their tobogganing hill replaced by housing. But a kind gesture has ensured it will remain the pristine space it has always been in Sturgeon Creek Park.