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 […]