«Nature Watch» column

Cardboard Bicycles: Would YOU Ride One?

November 18th, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Every morning, people around the world get up and take their usual transportation to work or school. But what is their usual transportation? In North America it might be the […]

An Energy Plan Must Be About More Than Just Energy

October 31st, 2012; By David Suzuki Foundation

Feeding our energy appetite is top of mind for many people these days. Some argue we should get coal, oil and gas out of the ground as quickly as possible, […]

Volunteer Centres in Canada

October 23rd, 2012; By Gale Blaylock

As you know, high school students require 40 hours worth of volunteer work/community service in order to graduate. Use our handy guide below to discover how your hours can best […]

Gum Recycling

October 21st, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Do you ever chew gum? How many times have you heard your parents or teachers tell you to put your finished gum in the garbage instead of spitting it out […]

Online Learning: The Best Sites On The Web!

October 21st, 2012; By Joy Kita

Finding information on any given subject is as easy as clicking a button on a search engine. Gone is the need for rows of encyclopedia’s, dictionaries and tangible books. Everything […]

Fresh Air Is Good For You

October 20th, 2012; By Erik McKay

Fresh air is good for you; it’s as simple as that. High school, college, university, academia or whatever path you choose to follow can be tiring and stressful. Long hours […]

The Importance of Wetlands

October 20th, 2012; By Joy Kita

What Are They? A wetland is a habitat where land meets water such as ponds, marshes, swamps, bogs and fens. To classify as a wetland, the area must be completely […]