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Environment Canada scientists have confirmed results published by researchers from the University of Alberta showing contaminants accumulating in the snow near oilsands operations, an internal federal document has revealed. The original study, led by University of Alberta scientists Erin Kelly and David Schindler, analyzed winter snow and found that contamination levels were "highest near oilsand…Continue
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Kaleidoscope Real World Video Shorts Festival & Gala on June 6, 2008.
We were honoured to be invited.
Mark & Jesse are proud to be awarded Best Animation for "Think About It" produced by Kritika Ganapathy, Jesse Lannigan & Mark Lannigan; their claymation video short about the Inequality between women & men in the Canadian workplace.
Thanks to Kaleidoscope, the OCIC, National Film Board of Canada, Oxfam & CIDA
We participated in Womens Human…Continue
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A lot of people love bananas and have discovered that they make a great “in-between-meals” snack. Bananas are sweet, have enough bulk to make you feel full (at least temporarily), and can give you a little…
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Early settlers brought Burdock to the U.S. American Indians included this vegetable in their gardens. Today, it can be found growing wild in many parts of the country. Burdock is an edible root, native to Europe, Asia and Japan. Actually, the leaves and tender, young stems are edible, too. Roots can be eaten raw or cooked. Leaves and stems are usually cooked like spinach.…Continue
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Leo Johnson will see his family for the first time in 13 years this summer, and he doesn’t know what to make of it.
The 27-year-old is planning to return to Monrovia, Liberia, at the end…
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