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A screenshot of the Reducimpact.ca homepage shows stories on how to reduce energy consumption.

Londoners shine light on energy conservation

London is looking to hear how you conserve energy and hopes you’ll help others do the same. That’s the idea behind a new website launched by the City of London. Known as reduceimpact.ca, the site encourages citizens to share the steps they take to reduce the amount of energy they use. People can enter a postal […]

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Nature in the City is a lecture series about the urban wild. <br /> Photo by Ben Fraser <br />

Londoners flock to nature talks

Canada geese, insect intelligence and urban forests are luring Londoners from their winter dens in droves to attend an ongoing series of nature talks. The lecture series—titled Nature in the City—has been providing a break from the abnormally cold and snowy winter every Tuesday night since Jan. 14 at Wolf Performance Hall on Dundas Street […]

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A Canadian man displays his oil-covered glove used in the Dirty Hand Campaign against Chevron.
<br /> Photo courtesy of the Committee in Solidarity with the Indigenous People of Ecuador Affected by Chevron <br />

Oil battle rallies Canadian-Ecuadorian community

Canadians know oil and the controversy that follows it as well as they know hockey and poutine. And now that Neil Young’s cross-country tour is supporting a First Nation’s lawsuit against Shell, the flames are being fanned once again. Yet, what many Canadians may not know is that for more than 20 years, indigenous communities […]

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