In the Cariboo, would-be farriers reconnect with ranching traditions and gain employment skills as their teachers eye retirement.
Topics: Solid Waste
Site preparations for the new Coquitlam Transfer Station include an innovative use of materials. Learn how bottom ash from Metro Vancouver's waste to energy facility is being recycled as preload material for this project.
Topics: Liquid Waste
Category: MV Video
They're huge. They're heavy. And, they are a long way from home. But once this massive move is complete, these new backup generators at the Annacis Wastewater Treatment Plant will play a vital role in protecting our local environment.
Cyclists can be finicky creatures. They know what they like. So, finding the right present can be fraught with problems of sizing, colour and brand. Here are some nearly sure-fire gift suggestions, whether your cycling friend is a bike commuter, a weekend recreational rider or training for the Tour de France.
Vancouver approves $25 million plan to expand cycling infrastructure by 2011 in order to increase citywide cycling to 10 percent of all trips
Vancouver’s cycling infrastructure is often called unsuccessful by vocal critics. But the decidedly pro-bike approach at City Hall is the reason why a pack of cycling city planners, politicians, advocates, and academics will be visiting at the end of June.
E-bikes are a fast-growing segment of the cycling market in places such as the Netherlands and Germany, where commuting by bicycle is a mainstream way to get around. In 2013, e-bikes accounted for 11% of the German market at 410,000 units and globally more than 37 million e-bikes were sold in 2014. But power-assisted bicycles have been slow to capture the imaginations of Canadian riders.
This year why not start a new tradition? Celebrate the season by ensuring none of the delicious food you take time to prepare goes uneaten. Here are some easy tips to make the most of your holiday feast, without eating turkey sandwiches every day for a month!