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Sponsored Post–The Environmentally Friendly Chef – Top Tips

Going green is something that you can do everywhere, including in the kitchen. The environment needs more attention than ever, and you can contribute to saving the planet by becoming an environmentally-friendly chef. So, what can you actually do to cook in an environmentally-friendly way? Here are some top tips …

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Testing an Easy Solution for Capturing Microfibers

By Larraine Roulston:  Will a new filter now being tested on washing machines solve the problem of plastic microfibers entering our drinking water?  We have begun addressing the accumulation of plastic microbeads in the oceans.Now, another development has emerged. Last year, David Sweetnam, executive director of Georgian Bay Forever, revealed …

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Companies Eliminating Single-Use Plastic

By Kim Robson: The days of single-use plastic are numbered. Most of us are too young to remember when a milkman delivered dairy products in reusable glass containers. Also gone are the days of glass soda bottles. But, when I go to Mexico, I can drink real cane sugar Coca-Cola …

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5 Ways You Can Create An Organized Home

Natalie Wilson: There is no right way to organize your home. No matter what strategy you choose, it has to work with your habits, lifestyle and taste. There are some small and smart approaches you can take to get organized in order to save the money, time and stress that …

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The Construction 3Rs Guide

By Larraine Roulston: The Canadian construction industry generates 9 million tons of demolition waste annually. Almost everywhere, we see buildings or residential homes under construction, renovation or demolition. Think about all the material required to erect new structures and where most materials end up when buildings are upgraded or demolished.   Justin Havre, …

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My Zero Waste Hacks

By Fredrica Syren:  As we continue our zero waste journey, we have developed many “hacks,” which of course are just simple ideas for reducing waste. You can find many great zero waste hacks on social media. Here are some of my zero waste hacks that help reduce waste without too …

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Turn Your Key — Be Idle Free

By Larraine Roulston: In spite of scientific warnings about increasing climate disruptions, we still see people idling their cars. Many cabbies keep their motors running at airports, parents idle cars as they wait for their children, and others sit in parking lots while spewing exhaust as they text. One statistic …

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New Years Resolution-Tips on Going Plastic-free

By Fredrica Syren: For so long, I’ve been fed up with plastic in my life, so years ago I decided to commit to no plastic bags at all. While living in the U.S., it was a challenge because every time I went shopping or got takeout food, there was that …

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A Surprising Number of Uses for Tea Towels

By Larraine Roulston: A stack of fresh, folded tea towels is a joy to have in any kitchen. These soft yet sturdy linens are not only excellent for drying dishes, but also have been found useful in many ways throughout your home. For example, a tea towel becomes an automatic …

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