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Pollution Probe 59m
Want to learn more on how prairie lakes act like carbon sinks and water's role in resource extraction? Check out this neat article featuring Professor Peter Leavitt from the University of Regina
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Stuart Somerville 2h
My New Neighbourhood. By Stephan G. Stephansson.
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Stuart Somerville Sep 18
Thought I had while driving yesterday: the countryside is being divided into gentrified areas of rural subdivisions, acreages, and conservation reserves and ‘waste’ areas of working farms, utility corridors, industrial storage, and poor rural residences.
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Vanessa Black 12h
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Cairol McMorrow 11h
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Stuart Somerville Sep 19
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Vanessa Black 12h
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World Weather, Inc. Sep 23
subscribers.....there is an audio weather update in your email if you did not see it earlier tonight.
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Shaw TV Winnipeg Sep 20
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Stuart Somerville Sep 23
Autumn snow is melting in weak September warmth. Two hundred cranes fly overhead.
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Live a Memory 12h
A Visit to the of is an Amazing Trip Any Time of the Year, But When The Colors of a Coat the , , and - That’s a Trip!
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UTP Journals 15h
Where is Canada’s oldest and longest-running queer film festival? Read about and the work being done in the in our new blog post from CJFS contributor at:
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Stuart Somerville Sep 24
"Lee Dawes' livery barn, Blackie, Alberta." 1912. From the photo archives.
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Becky Johnson Sep 22
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Saskatchewan Swag Sep 22
Team Sask- I am so proud to be from here! This would make a great shirt for anyone who is traveling! 📌Check out the link in our bio to order yours today.
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Chris Mallari Sep 21
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Alberta BHA Sep 21
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Canada's History Sep 21
“With breathtakingly beautiful blue skies and open fields, the scenery evokes feelings of endless possibility.” Read about Deborah Morrison’s travels to the Parkland region in northwestern in our latest destinations newsletter!
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Kaye Maahs Sep 21
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Vanessa Black Sep 21
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