Suffering Ecophobia? Well, giving up is not an option. We need to join forces and commit ourselves to save our environment.
Ecophobia speaks to the challenge of keeping active, healthy, and hopeful in the wake of sorrowful environmental trends – Deena Kara Shaffer, PhD Is this really our future? Can we do something about it? Is it too late? Is there still hope? Source: Pixabay – geralt and the digital artist Ecophobia is also referred […]Read More
Lack of parenthood sometimes pushes children to have an accident. A 10-year-old boy decided to sit on the retaining wall at Niagara Falls, for his mother to take a picture. When he repositioned himself, he slipped and fell over the gorge railing more than 25 metres (82.5 feet). He was flown in a helicopter to the […]Read More
The Minister of Energy confirmed a few days ago (Oct 3/17) that the Energy East and Eastern Mainland Pipelines have hit the wall. They have been rejected and are not going through. Kudos for Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre who stood strong in his efforts to stop these two projects and hopefully this time, PM Trudeau […]Read More
Annualized rates are just forecasts and now that the CDN $ is getting stronger, the export/import ratio will weaken, but worst of all, we keep relying on the export of crude Oil from the Tar Sands and other regions. In my personal view, the first page of Globe and Mail on Sept 1st/17 misleads the […]Read More
Our Runaway Society, being released spring 2017, is for all those people who are interested or concerned about today’s society; parents, teachers. professors, scientists, students, retirees, and all other professionals worldwide. Do you think that nowadays everything should be accepted and that everybody should mind their own business, except those who lack respect for others and […]Read More