People can do racist things but believe they’re not racist in part from conditioning that says burning crosses and lynchings are racist but little else is.
We are extending the deadline for the recruitment process for the Manitoba IBA Program and Manitoba Chimney Swift Initiative Coordinator. The full job description is available to view on this site. The new deadline will be midnight on Monday September 16th 2019.
PRESS RELEASE TORONTO, July 22, 2019 /CNW/ – When asked about the continuation of this practice, 69% said they would like to stop the slaughtering of horses in Canada for human consumption. Only 17% said they’d like to see it continue, while 14% were unsure. “Over the last fifteen years, the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition […]
by: Canadian Horse Defence Coalition “The law in regard to the live export of horses for slaughter is clear…” Last fall, the not-for-profit animal protection group, the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition (CHDC), filed for judicial review in the Federal Court. The lawsuit challenges violations of two sections of the Health of Animals Regulations (HAR) and […]
Winnipeg will be hosting the 12th Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference on February 19-21, 2019. This is a great opportunity to hear about the diverse conservation initiatives ongoing in the three prairie provinces, meet fellow enthusiasts, and be challenged about the future of the prairies. The theme of ‘Working Landscapes’ is timely, and very […]
The $10 bill is purple, contains polymers, and is vertically oriented. It features the first image of a Canadian woman on the country’s currency.(Image credit: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Emerald Lake, Yoho NP / Canada
Scotland’s links with Canada stretch back for centuries