Seasonal

Published on Mon, 01/26/2015 by The Railway Association Of Canada

The Polar Vortex shouldn’t be the foundation of Canadian railway policy

The Polar Vortex shouldn’t be the foundation of Canadian railway policy

By Paul Miller

Last winter caused widespread disruption in freight supply chains across Canada, and railways were certainly not immune; the service they were able to provide during weeks of exceptionally cold weather fell well short of many customers’ requirements.

Published on Wed, 01/14/2015 by Be Car Care Aware

Canadian Driving = Severe Driving

Canadian Driving = Severe Driving

As you flip through your vehicle’s owner manual, you’re likely to notice that it has two different service interval schedules – one for “normal” driving and one for “severe” driving.” If you’re like most Canadians, you probably think that you drive under normal conditions, but like most Canadians, you’d be wrong.

Published on Mon, 01/12/2015 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

Beat the New Year blues by taking time for nature

Beat the New Year blues by taking time for nature

Beat the New Year blues by taking time for nature       

Published on Mon, 12/15/2014 by Be Car Care Aware

Last Minute Holiday Gifts for the Drivers on your List

Last Minute Holiday Gifts for the Drivers on your List

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but if you haven’t finished your shopping yet, you may be starting to stress a little.

Fortunately, Be Car Care Aware has some great gift ideas to help keep all the drivers on your list safe on the road this holiday season.

Published on Wed, 12/10/2014 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

Spend Less and Give More This Holiday Season

Spend Less and Give More This Holiday Season

3 ways to spend less and give more this holiday season

Published on Tue, 12/09/2014 by BASF Canada

Protecting grain grades with two-pass fungicide system

Protecting grain grades with two-pass fungicide system

For the second harvest season, producers in Western Canada have had the freedom to market their grains to a buyer of their choice. With this freedom, producing a high-quality and high-yielding crop has become critical. In order to satisfy individual buyers and meet strict market grade tolerances, it is important that growers take a proactive approach and manage disease pathogens within their cropping systems.

Published on Thu, 12/04/2014 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

Nature Conservancy of Canada thanks volunteers on International Volunteer Day

Nature Conservancy of Canada thanks volunteers on International Volunteer Day

International Volunteer Day, held every year on December 5, is celebrated to pay tribute to and recognize the valuable contributions of volunteers around the world. At its core, volunteering is an act of selfless giving; a commitment of time, energy and expertise to help make the world a better place.

Published on Wed, 12/03/2014 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

A one-stop-shop for survival: How Canada’s iconic species cope with winter

A one-stop-shop for survival: How Canada’s iconic species cope with winter

When we compare how animals and humans cope with the harsh Canadian winter, we often find more similarities than differences in the way we dress and behave. Humans have long drawn inspiration from nature’s wisdom, and applied this knowledge to engineering tools, building shelters and developing strategies to survive in some of the most hostile cold weather environments.

Published on Mon, 11/24/2014 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

More Canadians choose charitable giving this season

More Canadians choose charitable giving this season

As the giving season approaches, there is good indication that philanthropy is on the rise amongst Canadians.  A recently released BMO Charitable Giving Poll found that more Canadians (84 percent) are giving, and they’re giving more ($624 on average per year) — both up seven percent from last year.

Published on Mon, 11/17/2014 by Nature Conservancy of Canada - English

Get out and enjoy Canada’s winter wonderland

Get out and enjoy Canada’s winter wonderland

“Every so often nature surprises you with sightings of bird species that seem to have missed the memo about migration”

For many Canadians, scarves, mitts, boots and gloves have become fashion must-haves as the last leaves of autumn were followed by the first snow over the past week. For many of us, the thought of dealing with slush and ice on top of fighting a cold sounds pretty depressing. But before begging for summer’s return, there are ways that can ease your wintertime blues. Here are three activities to help you and your family discover the wonder in this land of ice and snow this season.

Spot and hear the birds

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