Oil prices drop as global warming rises

Some see low fuel prices as good news, but there are many downsides. With driving becoming less costly, more cars and trucks could be on the road, which is good for the auto industry but bad in terms of pollution, climate change and traffic accidents. And because the price of oil is now lower than the cost to extract oilsands bitumen, the industry is starting to put the brakes on rapid expansion plans — bad news for workers and businesses in Fort McMurray and those heavily invested in the industry but good news for the planet.

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Scenic Caves ~ Tubbs Romp to Stomp Ontario

Sign up as an individual or as a team. There are great incentives for top fundraisers and the top fundraising team. Although there’s no minimum fundraising requirement to participate in the Romp, all Rompers are encouraged to try and raise at least $100 for Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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Blue Mountain Village ~ Build a snow day!

Blue Mountain Village, 5 acre rink January for many of us means cold, crisp days and often they come with bright blue skies.

Lace up and marvel at the 5 acres of rink at the base of Blue Mountain. The daily status of the rink is listed online here and open from 10am to 10pm.

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3rd Annual Track 3 Friends and Family Race Day

Discovering Ability through the Magic of Adaptive Snow Sports. The perfect event for individuals, families, groups and corporations to enjoy a fun filled day of skiing and snowboarding regardless of skill or experience.

There are over 100 kids on the Track 3 waiting list. Money raised at this event will help purchase adaptive equipment, train volunteers and sponsor kids who deserve the opportunity to experience the joy and thrill of alpine snow sports.

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Meaford Hall ~ Art In Motion

The DanceRoom’s award-winning competitive dance team presents A.I.M. (art in motion). This show features over 60 talented youth dancers performing new and exciting acrobatic, hip hop, jazz, highland, tap, contemporary, and musical theatre routines. The skill level and variety of dance forms are sure to amaze.

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JAZZ.FM91 presents a special 2-night series showcasing the fab-four who took the music world by storm with JAZZ.FM91’s Thinkers Series. Highly acclaimed lecturer, Scott Freiman returns to Toronto featuring ‘Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Deconstructing the Early Beatles’ on Thursday, February 19th and ‘Tomorrow Never Knows: Deconstructing the Beatles’ Revolver’ on Friday, February 20th at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.

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Guy McPherson ~ Nature Bats Last and more …

The year two thousand and fourteen was the hottest year ever recorded on planet Earth. Over the course of the year we were bombarded with statistics highlighting the peril of our time: Fifty percent of animal life has been killed over the last forty years, the Antarctic ice sheet melt has passed the point of no return, and coal use is still on the rise globally. Even the timid, watered down, almost entirely feckless mainstream US environmental movement is starting to make a tiny bit of sense, in noting that capitalism has got to go if we are to survive. Of course, much of what these liberal environmentalists are seeking is capitalist reform, but I digress.

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