This Is What Fracking Really Looks Like by David Rosenberg Photographer Nina Berman had just started focusing on climate and environmental issues when she read an article about fracking and […]
If they can rehabilitate Los Angeles anything is possible. In Canada we are blessed with some of the largest fresh watersheds on the planet. The Quebec government recently announced it […]
Blog Action Day: water – Dirty Laundry – hand-crafted goods. “Right now, almost a billion people on the planet don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water. That’s one in eight […]
We really should be grateful that we have a lot of water in Quebec. World Water Day. More pictures and story here.
Runs all summer and costs $2.50 per one way trip. Can be a very interesting leg of a bike tour of the area. The Verdun “Marina” or what used to […]
On the Verdun Waterfront last Sunday.
The Largest Bridge Of Its Kind In The World.-The new barscule bridge at Ville Saint Pierre (near Montreal) as it looks when hoisted for the purposeof allowing boats to pass […]
Interesting but sad story of The Gownaus Whale over at The Gowanus Lounge. Photo by Gowanus Lounge.
Our friend and contributor, Tap-Urbex has just started up a new photoblog called Urban Lookout which has entire histories of abandoned factories and the like in Montreal. Urban Lookout Darrell […]
Vancouver artist in residency on Toronto Island brings us some frozen art. From her website, “Ephemeral art is by its very nature impermanent. Dextras works with organic materials to create […]
Saw this posted at The Gowanus Lounge and couldn’t help notice the similarity with this and the Turcot Interchange flowing above the Lachine Canal. Photo by Roger Kenner
If you like ships and harbours then this blog featuring New York City Harbour ( the 6th borough) is for you! Tugster