Canada Environnement

Why I'm Not At All Frightened of Sharks

Robert Osborne | Posted 03.11.2015 | Canada
Robert Osborne

Driven by the taste for shark fin soup, long line fisherman around the world are eliminating some 100 million sharks per year -- a reduction, in some cases of 90 per cent of the species. Sharks, being apex predators, breed very slowly. The inevitable result of all that fishing is a complete extinction of many shark species within the next ten years according to Sharkwater.com.

Expropriation par Hydro-Québec: des Gaspésiens gagnent leur combat

RCQC | Radio-Canada.ca | Posted 11.10.2014 | Canada Politics

Oléoducs, gazoducs, pylônes, routes. Les projets qui nécessitent des expropriations sont nombreux. Deux propriétaires de New Richmond, expropriés...

Saving the World's Coral, One Reef at a Time

Robert Osborne | Posted 07.20.2014 | Canada Travel
Robert Osborne

As a diver, I've been a witness to one of the most important environmental battles that's taking place on this planet. Sadly, it's a battle that most people will never see and many may never hear about. That's because the battlefront is often 20 metres under the water.