Running across Canada has never been so simple.
When a giant travelling map of Canada was spread across the floor of the Great Hall of Champlain College at Trent University on Monday, a group of eight-year-olds demonstrated how easy it is to run coast-to-coast.
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) opened its doors so people could get to know them better and what they stood for at an open house a t Environment Centre Camp Kawartha on Sunday afternoon.
Feb. 21, 2014, Montreal – The Montreal Wood Convention 2014 kicked off with a positive forecast for the wood products industry from Stefane Marion from the Banque Nationale du Canada. He said the industry's growth perspective is decent.
Biologists in B.C. say a dramatic drop in the number of endangered mountain caribou has them concerned about the species' survival.
Nanocystalline cellulose (NCC) is the structural building block of trees that gives them their amazing strength. Ten times stronger than steel, it's also iridescent, non-toxic, stable, bio-degradable, and renewable. Nature invented it but Celluforce, a joint partnership between Domtar and FP Innovations, is the first company in the world to extract it on a commercial scale.