Algoma University

Volkmar Lauber to Speak at Algoma U on Renewable Power

The Department of Law and Politics at Algoma University is pleased to announce that Dr. Volkmar Lauber will give a guest lecture on Monday,...

Discovery Pass. Celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary from Coast to Coast to Coast

The 2017 Discovery Pass is a free ticket to some of our country’s most treasured destinations. Canada’s National Parks, Historic Sites, and Marine Conservation...

Climate change likely to cause more sewage leaks, McKenna says

OTTAWA — More than one hundred municipal wastewater systems did not report how much raw sewage overflowed from their pipes in 2017 but Environment...

Trudeau attends Commonwealth meeting looking for less plastic, more LGBTQ rights

LONDON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will add his voice today to those calling for less plastic and more LGBTQ rights as he ends...

Ontario government passes legislation to scrap cap and trade

TORONTO — The Ontario government passed legislation Wednesday to repeal the province's cap-and-trade system, putting the final nail in the coffin of a program...

Extreme weather, forest loss behind sharp drop in monarch butterfly spottings

OTTAWA — Right about now, the kings of the butterfly world are emerging from hibernation in Mexico looking for love and ready to make more...

Drinking Water Still Among the Best Protected so says Provincial Government

Ontario's drinking water remains among the best protected in the world, according to the 2014-15 Chief Drinking Water Inspector's Annual Report. The Chief Drinking Water...

Ontario Permanently Bans Coal-Fired Electricity Generation

In the lead up to the United Nations' Conference of the Parties in Paris, Ontario passed legislation today to permanently ban coal-fired electricity generation...
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Japan disaster didn’t affect fish or human health

VANCOUVER - Radioactive contamination following a nuclear power-plant disaster in Japan never reached unsafe levels in the north Pacific Ocean for either marine life...

Feds insist emission standards need to strengthen, as U.S. moves to ease rules

OTTAWA — As President Donald Trump's administration moves towards easing fuel emission standards for vehicles, the Liberal government says Canada's standards need to become...

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