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Let’s Do Local is an event promoting and highlighting both on and off campus sustainability initiatives at the University of Saskatchewan.
Shared by saskresearchcouncil on Jan 3, 2011 More information at http://www.saskcleans.ca. Uranium mining in the Athabasca Basin region in Northern Saskatchewan was developed in the early 1950s. The mines developed during this period were abandoned, leaving deep holes and mining debris exposed. Project CLEANS (Cleanup of Abandoned Northern Sites), led by the Saskatchewan Research Council, is a multi-year project [...]
We are located one mile north of Hudson Bay S.K. with a gigantic vegetable garden and berry orchard. We do occasional logging with horses and constructing another cabin. So if you are interested in learning while having fun there is a variety of activities year round
Peacock Collegiate applied for the second installment of the WWF-Canada Green Community Schools Grants Program and was awarded $5,000.
A Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC) report released last week, which attempts to rule out the possibility of a CO2 leak near Weyburn, Saskatchewan, omits critical information and fails to provide concrete answers, Ecojustice said today after reviewing of the document.
Shared by SaskatoonHealthReg on Oct 1, 2009 Saskatoon Health Region has been recognized by the Canadian Cancer Society, the Lung Association of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Environmental Society, Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association, and the Saskatchewan Network for Alternatives to Pesticides for eliminating the use of herbicides at Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon City Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital and Parkridge Centre.
“Save Energy” by Tanner Halonen Like what you see? Two grade seven students from Saskatchewan won the national 2009 Energy and the Environment Art Contest under the theme “Using Less – Living Better.” The students did so well, it got thegreenpages thinking – what other great environmentally-focused art is coming out of Saskatchewan? Eco-art can [...]