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Posted: Thu 21 July 2016
By: Barend Dronkers
Renewable energy projects can be installed at community scale or micro-scale. Photo: David Dodge Traditional power generation often takes the form of large generators far from the cities and towns that ultimately consume the electricity. Renewable power technology, on the other...
Posted: Wed 13 July 2016
By: Tom Jakop
If you're like Canadian CED Network Executive Director, Michael Toye, you have a pile of books on the side of your desk (see image below right) to remind you of how much you would like to read, if ever you get enough time. Many of us see the few weeks of summer vacation we may have as the prime...
Posted: Fri 8 July 2016
By: Tyler Pearce
Canada has not had a national housing plan since the mid-1990s. In the intervening years, the housing market has all but been restructured. We’ve all heard about the condo bubbles in Toronto and Vancouver, and the $1- million, 800-square-foot single detached houses in Vancouver. Young adults can’t...
Posted: Wed 6 July 2016
By: Megan Devlin
Carol Anne Hilton on the concept she invented to pull Canada into a better future. Carol Anne Hilton wants Canadians to add a new word to their dictionary: Indigenomics. Definition: The practice of bringing an Indigenous perspective to economic and social development. Hilton, who is of Nuu...
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