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28 May 2014
There is a lot to love about spring. Cherry blossoms, magnolia flowers, lilacs. But if ever there were something to love a little less about it, it would have to be ants. Not ants where they belong, outside, aerating the soil, reducing acidity, and feeding on the larvae of other less desirable...
Geste - Chasser les fourmis de la maison... sans pesticides
21 May 2014
Which would you prefer? "A 2-bdrm, 1500 sq. foot house with a lovely yard in Ahuntsic, near services, $500,000," or  "The house of your dreams, a large living area in the most beautiful neighbourhood in the north of the city, urban European style, gardeners' paradise, perfect...
21 May 2014
This week, in Métro newspaper, Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and senior director of Equiterre, wrote: "During the last election, Quebec Liberal Party leader Philippe Couillard surprised many by saying that a strategic environmental assessment is needed for Quebec oil, notably on Anticosti, in...
15 May 2014
You are eagerly awaiting the arrival of your first summer basket. In the meantime, is there a way to eat fresh, local food? Fortunately, yes. Here is a list of 10 products that are currently or will soon be available in Quebec.  Good news after a winter that did not seem to want to end. If in...
15 May 2014
Oil exploration on Anticosti, a pipeline port in Cacouna, pipeline projects galore... It seems that each day we hear about a new project with a huge environmental impact. No wonder so many different kinds of groups are speaking out.  On May 12, four trade unions joined five environmental...
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