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    Manitoba Christian college among leaders on path to sustainability

    May 19, 2017 – Winnipeg Free Press –

    At Providence College, four fuel sources provide heating to its campus: natural gas, electricity, biomass and geothermal. Duggan said it wasn’t tree-hugging environmentalism that drove the college towards greener heat. Rather, it was fiscal prudence.

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    Stanford study: All fossil-fuel vehicles will vanish in 8 years

    May 18, 2017 – Financial Post –

    According to a new report by Stanford University economist Tony Seba, no more petrol or diesel cars, buses, or trucks will be sold anywhere in the world within eight years .

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    No carbon tax for farmers: Pallister

    May 10, 2017 – Winnipeg Sun –

    Premier Brian Pallister says he plans to exempt Manitoba farmers from paying a carbon price.

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    Thousands in desperate struggle with floods across Canada

    May 7, 2017 – The Metro –

    Thousands of Canadians across the country spent the weekend in a desperate struggle with rising floodwaters caused by unusually persistent rainfall.

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    A warmer, drier Edmonton: City addresses next steps to adapt to climate change

    May 2, 2017 – The Metro –

    Retrofitting buildings and new energy efficient programs are all part of Edmonton’s plans to reduce emissions as Edmonton becomes warmer and drier.

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