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Volunteers are really making a difference in helping those who are in need and also to keep our city clean and nature-friendly. CAA Manitoba joined forces with members of Clifton School’s safety patrol to pick up trash around near Polo Park on Earth Day. About 30 students wearing bright yellow vests walked from the school on Sargent Avenue to the CAA Manitoba location at 870 Empress Street to pick up their equipment and begin tidying up the creek on the ot...
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Scientists conduct numerous studies and report that low temperatures can positively affect trees and negatively affect emerald ash borers. Last year emerald ash borers were officially confirmed to be in huge quantities in the city. Winnipeg has been fighting the bug for a long time and the struggle in the future may cost the city millions of dollars. However, scientists are doing research and they are almost certain that temperatures -30 C can kill and slo...
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Canada lichenologists unite to choose a lichen for each province. Now, Manitoba has official bird, tree and flower and in the nearest future it might also have its official lichen. Hundreds of studies are conducted across the country to identify lichens and, accordingly, to create a new official symbol of Manitoba and other provinces. The idea came back in 2016, and in 2017, Canadian scientists began to draw attention to it. People usually do not pay atten...
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In some areas of Winnipeg, the lead level is still above acceptable levels. City authorities say that it is necessary to continue conducting air and garden soil tests. More than 100 tests of various soil samples were conducted in the fall. On Thursday, the results of these studies were publicly announced. The results of 2018 were compared with the 2007–2008 report. A new study showed that in Weston School's sports field and North Point Douglas the level of...
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In North America, there are three types of bears - black, white and grizzly. And they usually do not live in the same place. But in Wapusk National Park on the west coast of Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba, researchers from the University of Saskatchewan for the first time managed to capture all three species of bears on camera. Observations began in 2011. Remote cameras were used - a widespread, economical and non-invasive tool for studying wildlife. With...
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