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Endangered turtles on a shrinking Caribbean beach

November 22, 2020

Nouvelle Vague​

On the sandy shores of Grande Riviere beach, Trinidad, a phenomenon known as coastal squeeze threatens the survival of leatherback turtles. 

Des gardiens du territoire au Nunavik

August 08, 2020

Le Devoir

Dans le nord du Québec, des « gardiens autochtones » issus des communautés inuites aident à mieux comprendre les effets des changements climatiques sur leurs territoires.

Projet de loi 61: des inquiétudes persistent chez les Premières Nations

July 06, 2020

Le Devoir

Selon des lettres de plusieurs groupes autochtones envoyées au gouvernement du Québec, le projet de loi tel qu’il est actuellement « ne prévoit pas de consultation autochtone préalable » dans la mise en œuvre des projets de construction.

Le cordonnier qui voulait chausser les souliers de son père

June 27, 2020

Le Devoir

Une cordonnerie historique de Montréal ferme ses portes à la suite d’un différend immobilier non réglé.

Lake Superior’s Silver Island

June 03, 2019

CIM Magazine

Silver Islet was one of Canada’s most profitable silver mines, until it was destroyed by a storm over Lake Superior.

Comment réaliser une économie qui minimise les déchets

August 05, 2019

CIM Magazine

François Saunier, associé de recherche au Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en analyse du cycle de vie des procédés, produits et services (CIRAIG), envisage un monde où l’on réduit l’extraction des ressources, où l’on réutilise les résidus miniers et où l’ensemble du secteur pratique le recyclage durable des matériaux. 

Stratégie minière, l’IA et la gestion des risques parmi les tendances les plus pressantes du secteur en 2019: Deloitte

February 06, 2019

CIM Magazine

Le rapport annuel « Tracking the Trends » de Deloitte indique que la licence sociale d'exploitation devient une étape décisive pour les mineurs

Les puits orphelins ne peuvent pas être abandonnés lorsqu'une entreprise pétrolière fait faillite, la Cour suprême statue

February 01, 2019

CIM Magazine

La Cour suprême décide que les entreprises pétrolières en faillite et leurs administrateurs doivent rendre les puits de pétrole sans danger pour l'environnement avant de rembourser leurs créanciers

Un incendie détruit une cafétéria sur le chantier de Nemaska Lithium dans le nord du Québec

February 01, 2019

CIM Magazine

Aucune victime suite à l’incendie de la cafétéria de Nemaska Lithium mercredi soir

New research project could help identify mineral-rich deposits in Canada’s north

January 17, 2019

CIM Magazine

New GIS mapping techniques of Canada’s glacial landscape could potentially improve detection of certain minerals

Seismic event hits North America's deepest gold mine

December 21, 2018

CIM Magazine

Workers at Agnico Eagle’s LaRonde mine near Val d’Or, Quebec were evacuated on Thursday afternoon after the mine was hit with a 3.8-magnitude seismic event. The event occurred at the mine’s 287 level, 2.9 km underground.

IBM Canada and Goldcorp launch artificial intelligence tool for exploration

November 26, 2018

CIM Magazine

Goldcorp and IBM Canada have partnered up to create an artificial intelligence product that they say will improve predictability for gold mineralization.

Eight dead in terrorist attack on Foraco employees in Niger

November 22, 2018

CIM Magazine

Seven Foraco employees and one civil servant were killed in the early hours of yesterday morning when a group of terrorists attacked the company’s camp in the southeast Diffa region of Niger.

Rio Tinto to sell sustainable aluminum to coffee-maker Nespresso

November 19, 2018

CIM Magazine

Rio Tinto’s Quebec aluminum operations get sustainability certification from international stewardship nonprofit

Midweek report: heading in to the last game

October 25, 2018

Mount Royal Soccer.com

It is the final match of the season, and Montreal Impact are teetering on the brink of a playoffs spot. They pulled-off a much-needed win last weekend, and now have to do it all over again come Sunday against the New England Revolution.

Montreal Impact vs Toronto FC

October 21, 2018

Mount Royal Soccer.com

With the 401 Derby on the horizon, it’s do-or-die for the Montreal Impact. If the Bleu-Blanc-Noir want any chance at making the play-offs, they will need to overcome their bitter rivals for a crucial three points.

How is Montreal Preparing for Spring Floods?

March 15, 2018

The Link Newspaper

Since the earliest civilizations, great floods have impacted human life. Last year, Montreal experienced the wrath of a hundred-year flood...

Montreal Cyclists Pay Homage to Fallen Riders

November 01, 2017

The Link Newspaper

Cyclists came out in numberDowntown Demonstration Calls for Safer Roads, “Die-in” Helds to Philips Square Saturday afternoon in memory of riders who have lost their lives on Montreal roads.

CDN—NDG Mayoral Candidates Russell Copeman and Sue Montgomery Vie for Your Vote

October 25, 2017

The Link Newspaper

Can Russell Cope With Another Term Or Will Sue Oust Him?

Two of the candidates running as mayor of the Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, are the incumbent Russell Copeman for Équipe Denis Coderre, and first-time runner Sue Montgomery for Projet Montreal.

Forest Resources and their Relation to Climate Change

November 18, 2016

Forests are complex communities of plants and animals in which trees are the most abundant. Over recent years, human activity has led to the destruction of many of these forests.

EnvironMentality Magazine

October 01, 2014

Environmental magazine touching on coral reefs in the Caribbean

Frantz Fanon Magazine

April 01, 2017

Everything Frantz Fanon: from chapter summaries, to artwork to contemporary applications of his works.

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