Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Mean and green

by Theresa Peluso Part 1: Green, but not so mean As gardeners everywhere in Lanark County yank out yet another pesky weed from their lawn or...

Water: The Stuff of Life

by Theresa Peluso Without clean water, there is no life. Clean water is not necessarily pure water, which is composed solely of hydrogen and oxygen...

Piping crude oil through Mississippi Mills: What do we know? What should...

by Theresa Peluso Part II:  Three Pipeline Proposals:  Are they as safe as advertised? This is the second part of a two-part column on the Energy...

Debt by a thousand (billion) cups

Part 4:  Money and Our Planet:  How do we squander them?  Let us count the ways by Theresa Peluso In my October column I said that...

What kind of Christmas tree should I get?

by Theresa Peluso Ah, Christmas, the season of peace and goodwill toward men.  And also the season of giving and getting, when we’re told no...

What does your garbage reveal about you?

Archeologists are ecstatic when, in the course of excavating a historical site, they come across a centuries-old garbage dump.  From a pile of fossilized...

I am Jane’s cellphone

by Theresa Peluso Have you ever thought about the birth, life and death of all the things you buy and use?  Where do they come...

Money and Our Planet: Celebrations

Money and Our Planet:  How do we squander them?  Let us count the ways Part 3:  Celebrations At the start of this Money and Our Planet...

Money and Our Planet:  How do we squander them? 

Let us count the ways Part 2:  Clothing and Health by Theresa Peluso In my previous column I reported that Canadian families, with an average debt-to-income ratio...

Are fish at risk in Lanark County?

by Theresa Peluso In the media you’ll find news about endangered fish stocks in so many places – oceans, lakes, rivers—in every part of the...
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