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Pollution and Climate Change
This sub-section examines the effects of air pollution on forests and of greenhouse gases on climate, the danger of insecticides for birds and human health, and the pollutants in our rivers.
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Polar Bears near the Arctic Circle in Churchill, Manitoba
Issued by Canada Post for its Flag series, this postage...
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Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice and Permafrost
2003, production : Alain Belhumeur, Jean Lemire
The Arctic is highly sensitive to climate change. While...
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Icefields Parkway, Alberta
Issued by Canada Post for its Tourist Attractions series,...
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Agricultural Management, Prince Edward Island
2001, production : Sylvie Dauphinais
Organochlorines are chemicals in which carbon and chlorine...
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Did you know?
One hundred years of steel and coke production left more than a million tonnes of contaminated soil and sediment in Sydney, Nova Scotia. In 2004, Canada and Nova Scotia signed a $400-million agreement to cleanup the "Sydney Tar Ponds" over a 10-year period.