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The Cerrado—a vast, biologically diverse savannah—is being swallowed by industrial farming of crops such as corn, cotton, and, especially, soy.
If you can overlook a mine disaster and a teachers’ strike, you should enjoy some of this year’s less stressful events.
Ah, if only it were possible for each one of us to suction away the carbon emissions we contribute to the overburdened atmosphere, much as we vacuum dirt from the carpet.
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The B.C. government, however, insists it's merely creating a level playing field between public and private sellers.
Study finds womb exposure led to much higher risk of attention problems by age 9.
UBC professor's research on air particles and lung inflammation "very promising".
The engineering and construction giant faces an uncertain future after the World Bank refused to finance its projects.
During recent political campaigns in the region’s two largest cities, winning mayoral candidates offered lavish transportation promises.
Alishia Fox left the comforts of home for the muddy ground of Burnaby Mountain.