The environmental activism we most commonly see and interact with is focused on reducing human impacts on the environment. Whether it be decreasing plastic use, greenhouse gas emissions or release of harmful chemicals, such preventative efforts fall under the umbrella of mitigation, which, in the case of climate change, is essential for ensuring a habitable […]

The New Brunswick Food Security Action Network contends that purchasing local food stimulates the local economy, promotes food security and reduces greenhouse gas emissions arising from otherwise lengthy transportation requirements. While prices for local produce and meats are often slightly higher than those in grocery stores, vendors at the Sackville Farmers Market are eager to […]

With daylight savings and two snow storms in the same week, spring is giving us some mixed signals. Whether you’re studying, browsing the Osheaga lineup or making soup, here are some cozy Canadian tunes to help you through the last few weeks of winter. Scan the QR code below for a link to the playlist […]