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April 9, 2021–Miranda Baksh
Climate Change•Greenbelt and Greenway•Land-use planning•Youth
400-series highway © Ken Lund CC BY-SA 2.0
Under the guise of recovering from the global pandemic, the provincial government is planning to fast-track the construction of Highway 413 at the cost of $6 billion tax dollars. Though ...
March 31, 2021–Rebecca Clarke
Global Climate Strike - Toronto, 9-27-2019 © Noah Cole
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has recommended that warming be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels to prevent the irreversible effects of climate change. The science suggests ...
March 5, 2021–Noah Cole
This year, we had a slightly warmer winter than usual, leading to a number of birds being seen in the province throughout the winter, including meadowlarks, grosbeaks and warblers. Will Ontario's warmer than average mid-winter conditions and presence of warmer-season birds herald an early migration?
May 12, 2020–Ron Corkum
Cootes Paradise © girlguyed CC BY-NC 2.0
Although we are uncertain as to the origin of COVID-19, it is conceivable that transmission of a virus from a single bat may have resulted in a series of events ...