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Family team building exercise, room cleaning

Family team building exercise, room cleaning

With Spring around the corner I figured it was time for the yearly family team building exercise that is cleaning my son’s room.
World Wetlands Day: Nature needs us to do more

World Wetlands Day: Nature needs us to do more

Canada’s largest land conservation organization says there has never been a more important time for nature conservation
Vaccine mandate for truckers puts extra pressure on grocers

Vaccine mandate for truckers puts extra pressure on grocers

Disqualified over 8,000 Canadian truckers from crossing the border, leading a shortage food at the grocers
Chicken surveillance and friend cameos

Chicken surveillance and friend cameos

We joined the wireless security community this weekend
FONG: Legal reform needed to protect young women from growing online sexual violence

FONG: Legal reform needed to protect young women from growing online sexual violence

Liberals promised to rework online harms legislation within 100 days of Parliament’s Nov. 22 return
Opinion: Dear card member…

Opinion: Dear card member…

A well known axiom states that a fool and his money is soon parted.
Trudeau needs to shelve his plan to ban unvaccinated truckers

Trudeau needs to shelve his plan to ban unvaccinated truckers

It puts Canadians’ access to food at risk
Heads up, there will be a new guy this week

Heads up, there will be a new guy this week

With the ‘extended winter break’ announced this weekend I was faced with a few decisions of what I was going to do with the seven year old human that wanders around my house.
Hydrogen hype defies reality: it’s an impractical energy source

Hydrogen hype defies reality: it’s an impractical energy source

Once again, the world staged ClimateFest 26, aka the United Nations Conference of the Parties, where peddlers of alternative energy schemes try to plunge their dippers into the river of climate change funding that flows around the world.
How gene editing helps farmers and consumers

How gene editing helps farmers and consumers

With gene editing on the verge of being accepted in Canada, the way we communicate risks through food labelling needs to change