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The deposit-refund system is something we know well in Canada: all provinces and territories (except Nunavut) have their own system to manage it! But do we know how it started, the advantages and disadvantages or the possible futures held for it? Let’s demystify all these questions together!
For garden enthusiasts, August is a time of abundance. It’s so rewarding to reap the literal fruits of our labours. But if you were ambitious about your spring planting, you may be at a loss when you see the avalanche of zucchinis and the mountain of cherry tomatoes just waiting to be picked from the garden.
Summer is back and with it, an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Here’s to the beautiful tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, strawberries, raspberries and cantaloupe of our countryside! It’s THE season to eat local, the one we’d like to make last forever.
On June 21st, Earth Day Canada unveiled Tomorrow’s Forest—Green Infrastructure, a new collaborative project. Its objective: to rethink the development of our agricultural territories in Quebec to improve our resilience to climate change. The time has come to explain how!
Sustainable mobility, it’s not just a matter of limiting the ever-concerning pollution and CO2 emissions. It’s also a matter of accessing essential services, being able to participate in community life and being autonomous on a daily basis. So, it’s important to move differently, especially in the countryside!
It’s undeniable that the ecological transition is here and more and more individuals are joining the movement. When I say individuals, I’m including children because they’re well aware of the environmental challenges we face. They, too, have a positive impact on the planet and we could let them inspire us!
Brighter days are here, summer is at our doorstep, and the rhythm of hiking and camping is quickening. Which makes it the perfect time to talk about the “Leave No Trace” movement and the right habits you can practise and the mistakes to avoid on your next adventure.
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