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Published on Fri, 11/16/2018 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Three ways to get closer to nature

Three ways to get closer to nature

Canadians are more disconnected from nature than ever before. We spend more and more of our time indoors, and a large per cent of us live in an urban setting away from large natural areas.

We’re losing touch with the natural world, one that needs our help to stop and reverse the damage left by development and climate change.

Published on Tue, 10/30/2018 by Cintas Canada, Ltd.

Poll Finds Over Two Thirds of Canadians Would Leave Home While Sick, Making Public Spaces Ideal Environments for Catching Flu

Poll Finds Over Two Thirds of Canadians Would Leave Home While Sick, Making Public Spaces Ideal Environments for Catching Flu

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, October 30, 2018 /COMMUNITYWIRE/ – Each year, approximately 12,200 hospitalizations and 3,500 deaths in Canada are caused by the flu.1 According to a recent survey commissioned by Cintas Canada, Ltd. (NASDAQ: CTAS), many Canadians could be putting themselves and others at risk for catching the flu. The survey, conducted online by The Harris Poll among 1,046 Canadian adults ages 18 and older, reveals that 68 percent of Canadian adults would leave their homes while sick.

Published on Tue, 10/30/2018 by Newegg Inc.

Newegg Canada Set to Kick Off Black November? 2018

Newegg Canada Set to Kick Off Black November? 2018

Company Unveils Plans to Upgrade the Holiday Shopping Experience with Great Deals on the Year’s Most Sought-after Tech

Newegg Canada details plans for its annual Black November campaign

RICHMOND HILL, Ontario, October 30, 2018 /COMMUNITYWIRE/ – Newegg Canada today detailed its plans for this year’s Black November®, the company’s month-long campaign featuring some of the hottest categories in consumer tech, including PC gaming, smart home, drones and more. Now in its 10th year, Black November gives the edge to early holiday shoppers in search of the holiday season’s hottest products.

Published on Tue, 10/23/2018 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Demystifying spooky species this Halloween

Demystifying spooky species this Halloween

By Wendy Ho, Content Coordinator, Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)

Why do some species spook us more than others? Some say it is an evolutionary adaptation, some say it is an irrational fear, while still others say that is because some (like spiders) are always shrouded in myths.

If you’re not a fan of spiders, read on below to learn more about a few common spooky species, and turn your perception of them from awful to awesome.

Published on Wed, 10/03/2018 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

10 fascinating facts about wild turkeys

10 fascinating facts about wild turkeys

Today marks Thanksgiving in Canada. The first official, annual Canadian Thanksgiving took place on November 6, 1879. In honour of Thanksgiving, here are 10 facts about wild turkeys to gobble up; a species that has been documented on Nature Conservancy of Canada properties in Ontario and Quebec:

1. Male wild turkeys are called “toms,” while females are called “hens.”

Published on Mon, 07/09/2018 by Discover Boating

Your Brain on a Boat: Research Says Boating Improves Creativity, Emotional Health, Relaxation

Your Brain on a Boat: Research Says Boating Improves Creativity, Emotional Health, Relaxation

TORONTO, July 9, 2018 /COMMUNITYWIRE/ - According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association Canada, an estimated 12.4 million Canadians enjoy our vast landscape of rivers, lakes and oceans each year — and for good reason. Recent research shows people experience emotional, behavioural and psychological benefits of being near, in, on or under water, and while participating in activities such as boating.  One of the leading researchers on the health benefits of the water is Dr. Wallace J.

Published on Thu, 06/21/2018 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Nature Conservancy of Canada offers national challenge for Canadians

Nature Conservancy of Canada offers national challenge for Canadians

As summer approaches and people look for things to do over the coming weeks, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is offering fun ideas that help out nature.

Our individual actions can have big impacts and NCC has launched its second annual cross-country Small Acts of Conservation challenge. It consists of a checklist of small-scale, individual actions that will benefit people and communities along with wildlife and their habitats.

Published on Fri, 01/26/2018 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

This Groundhog Day, it’s all relatives

This Groundhog Day, it’s all relatives

February 2 marks Groundhog Day, a North American tradition dating back to 1888. The groundhog, also called the woodchuck, is the largest member of the squirrel family and one of four marmot species that live in Canada. Rather than just focusing on groundhogs this year, here are some fascinating facts about these rodents and some of their close relatives:

Published on Thu, 12/21/2017 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Celebrating another year of conservation successes, coast to coast

Celebrating another year of conservation successes, coast to coast

This year, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has a lot to celebrate. Coast to coast, we have conserved more than 20,000 acres (8,208 hectares) of land from the beginning of the year to November 2017 alone, adding to the 2.8 million acres (more than 1.1 million hectares) conserved since 1962. Through Conservation Volunteer events, speaker series’ and fundraising campaigns — and with the help of our partners and Canadians across the country — NCC has marked another great year for conservation.

Published on Thu, 12/21/2017 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Put learning on your list of New Year’s resolutions

Put learning on your list of New Year’s resolutions

 

This year, make a resolution for lifelong learning with these literacy tips from ABC Life Literacy Canada:

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