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Staying safe on travels

Once the weather turns warm, the lure of a road trip is often too strong for many adventurous motorists to resist.

Catch free family fun at YVR

A magician, dancers, singers, a caricaturist and a face painter ...

Rue Mouffetard is a stage for a rich taste of Paris life

Hemingway and Joyce once called this area home. Now it offers some of the best food and culture in the city

Reduce, reuse and recycle at school this spring

From planting organic vegetable gardens in the playground to campaigning for litterless lunches in the cafeteria, young students across Canada are embracing the crusade to protect Mother Earth.

Kids can help family go green

Many Canadians are empowering their kids to develop and oversee eco-friendly household habits by teaching children to have a green conscience around the home.

Education is key to waste-reduction program

The best thing we can all do to cut down on waste is to make less of it in the first place. When we reduce the amount of waste that we produce, we reduce the amount of garbage that goes into landfills.

Richmond school wins in B.C. Green Games

Burnett secondary students' eco-friendly initiatives won them a cool $1,000. The Green Team, as the students dub themselves, took part in the third annual B.C. Green Games, a Science World province-wide contest that rewards students' eco-actions. "J.