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Overall, the dirtiest type of fossil fuel energy comes from burning coal. Sadly, coal-powered energy is not only the dirtiest but also the cheapest energy source, making it even harder to stop using it. However, Canada as a whole is making a stand and choosing to fight against coal-powered energy. Surprisingly, it was Alberta, one of the provinces who rely most heavily upon fossil fuels for their income, that took the initiative and announced on Thursday their provincial plan of action.

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    Most people are very familiar with vaccinations; whether they have children that were vaccinated at birth, they remember themselves vaccinated or someone they know being vaccinated. It is a typical that the majority of people have received vaccines because, this is what we have been taught to be the best practice. There have been many requirements throughout the world, requiring students to be vaccinated to attend school.

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                “Easy, breezy, beautiful… CoverBoy?” This well-known slogan has been chanted by the many faces of the makeup line, CoverGirl throughout the years. Female actresses, models, singers, etc. have been plastered on various media outlets representing the face of the brand. All of the women with high defined cheekbones, perfectly lined lips, voluminous hair, long eyelashes, and a smile. But, the company has recently decided to break this gender stereotype by signing a new model with a beauty contract. This person is not a celebrity, nor a female.

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Ocean Acidification (Intro Music: 30 sec long) Leo:  Hey guys, my name is Leo Chai, host of Nature’s Radio Podcast and       today we will be having a special guest.  Harriet Minc, a biology student from Guelph University,  who is here to answer questions about her research on Ocean      Acidification.           Harriet:            Hi, great to be here today           Leo: Alright, nice to have you here.

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Paige O’Neill 0872545 University of Guelph October 7th 2016   Blog Post 1 - Climate change brings opportunity, risk for Canada’s forestry sector Author – Shawn McCarthy  

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There is not debate as to whether or not we are experiencing dramatic changes in climate around the world. Some places experience the adverse effects of climate change more than others, and unfortunately for the people of Haiti, they are dealing with a dramatic climatic event for the second time in a decade.

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Imagine being responsible for the extinction of the world’s largest bear species. A bear species that has adapted to surviving in the harshest environmental conditions, yet is threatened by the activities of humans. This article tells us that within the coming years, the human contribution to climate change and the effects of this environmental phenomenon may ultimately make this tragedy a reality for the polar bear.

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