the reeves report: US Dept. of Transportation orders TransCanada to halt activity on Keystone I

Effective immediately, the US Department of Transportation has ordered TransCanada to suspend all activity on the Keystone I pipeline. According to the New York Times, the order was issued by the Transportation department’s Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. “Effective immediately,” the PHMSA claims, “this order prevents TransCanada from restarting operations on their Keystone crude … Continue reading »

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Things Are Good: Going Green to Bring in the Green.

A Cambridge, Ontario metal fabrication company, VeriForm, has become an ecological leader in a field notorious for neglecting the effects of their business and product on the environment. A capital investment of $78000 has allowed VeriForm to implement many small changes (i.e. a centralized programmable thermostat, high-efficiency lighting systems, etc.) which saves the company […]

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Art Threat: Kon’s blossoming art

Konstantin Dimopolous’s blue trees are in bloom in Port Moody! Well, they were last week at least. Luckily, Kate Barron from Vancouver Biennale got pictures of these bright blue and passive pink beauties. Kon’s electric blue trees are a reminder that plants are the world’s lungs, a vital organ that too often goes unloved. But […]

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