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by Damien Gillis on Saturday Jan 15 2011

 "The economy is a subsidiary of the ecosystem...The only place where the environment and economy are separated is in the human mind."

- Dr. William Rees, UBC Professor, Founder of the 'Eco-footprint' concept

by Damien Gillis on Saturday Jan 15 2011

 "The economy is a subsidiary of the ecosystem...The only place where the environment and economy are separated is in the human mind."

- Dr. William Rees, UBC Professor, Founder of the 'Eco-footprint' concept

by Damien Gillis on Saturday Jan 15 2011

 "The economy is a subsidiary of the ecosystem...The only place where the environment and economy are separated is in the human mind."

- Dr. William Rees, UBC Professor, Founder of the 'Eco-footprint' concept

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

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Canada had its warmest year on record in 2010, according to Environment Canada, with the biggest impact seen in the Arctic region.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

Reuters


Canada had its warmest year on record in 2010, according to Environment Canada, with the biggest impact seen in the Arctic region.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

Reuters


Canada had its warmest year on record in 2010, according to Environment Canada, with the biggest impact seen in the Arctic region.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

The man partly responsible for the creation of British Columbia has his day today.

It is Sir John A. Macdonald Day, Canada’s first Prime Minister and the second longest serving minister in history.

Canada’s current prime minister, Stephen Harper, issued the following statement in recognition of Sir John A. Macdonald Day:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

The man partly responsible for the creation of British Columbia has his day today.

It is Sir John A. Macdonald Day, Canada’s first Prime Minister and the second longest serving minister in history.

Canada’s current prime minister, Stephen Harper, issued the following statement in recognition of Sir John A. Macdonald Day:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 12 2011

The man partly responsible for the creation of British Columbia has his day today.

It is Sir John A. Macdonald Day, Canada’s first Prime Minister and the second longest serving minister in history.

Canada’s current prime minister, Stephen Harper, issued the following statement in recognition of Sir John A. Macdonald Day:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jan 11 2011

Canadian astronomers are members of an international team unveiling the first results produced by the Planck Space Telescope.

Twenty-five scientific papers have been produced in the first two years of operation of the European space observatory.

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