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11 December 2013
Environmental groups were disappointed last week when a Quebec parliamentary committee came out in favour of Enbridge's controversial Line 9B reversal project, which could bring tar sands crude through Quebec. Fortunately, the committee did stipulate 18 conditions:
11 December 2013
We are delighted to announce that our family farmer network is growing. Nine new farms have signed up to distribute organic baskets.
Actu - Le réseau des fermiers de famille s'agrandit
10 December 2013
Annick Girard of Épluche ta ville shares her gift ideas for the locavores on your list.
Actu - Les idées-cadeaux d'Épluche ta ville
10 December 2013
Here's something to cheer you up in light of the recent bad news that a Quebec parliamentary committee has come out in favour of Enbridge's Line 9B reversal project, which could bring tar sands crude through Quebec, contributing to the growth of one of Canada's most polluting industries.
Actu - Apprenez la vérité sur les sables bitumineux!
10 December 2013
Real vs. artificial Christmas trees. Which is better? Every year, we get asked this question. This year, we encourage you to sidestep the debate. Forget real vs. artificial. Branch out: make your own Christmas tree from repurposed materials. A wood pallet, an old picture frame, a box of decorations...
Geste - Un sapin de Noël écolo : ça se fabrique
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