Peter Gorrie, Environment ReporterĀ - Dec 30, 2007
It has taken a quarter-century, but most people in Ontario now sort their trash into bins labelled "We Recycle."
Chris Winter wants them to move on to a greater step: "We Conserve."
Call for Papers:
More and more young people are sharing their stories online, using the different social networks and by producing short videos that are posted online for others to watch and learn about their struggles.
By LANCE HORNBY
Leaf Nation now includes the White Dog First Nations reserve in a remote part of Northern Ontario, thanks to defenceman Tomas Kaberle.
By JOSEPH QUESNEL - December 29, 2007
The American Lakota illustrate what is wrong with indigenous politics.
Rather than seek meaningful change from within community, the unfortunate tendency is to look to radical solutions which do not address real issues.
The Associated Press - Dec. 28 2007
NEW YORK -- Netscape Navigator, the world's first commercial Web browser and the launch pad of the Internet boom, will be pulled off life support Feb. 1 after a 13-year run.
Canadian Press: Alan Black - December 27, 2007
TORONTO - A chunk of ice the size of Ontario melted away in Canada's attic this year and that stunning development in the high Arctic was selected as Environment Canada's top weather story of 2007.
INAC press release ...
Government press releaseĀ
OTTAWA, December 21, 2007 ā The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health, today announced more than $7 million for communities across Canada to tackle the increasing challenge of drug use among our young people. Funding is available through the Drug Strategy Community Initiatives Fund for 2008/2009 initiatives, and the deadline for proposals is February 29, 2008.