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Celebrating Beer, a True Microbial Tradition

Jason Tetro | Posted 06.29.2015 | Canada Living
Jason Tetro

A tradition that has stood the test of time in Canada and the United States is a love for the yeast-brewed, amber, foamy liquid known universally as beer. It doesn't matter where you are in these countries, you can always be sure to find at least one place where you can grab a pint, mug, bottle or can. The microbial manufacturer responsible for beer, yeast, loves to evolve. Many strains have changed over the years as have the tastes of their final outcomes. However, there is one strain of yeast that has remained exactly the same for over 100 years.

Don't Let Oceana Gold Jeopardize El Salvador's Democracy and Drinking Water

Sujata Dey | Posted 11.12.2014 | Canada Politics
Sujata Dey

In El Salvador, people have died or lost their drinking water sources because of gold mining, contributing to a rising tide against mining. In 2008, the El Salvador government introduced a de facto moratorium on large-scale mining maintained by President Salvador Sánchez Cerén.

A Reminder From 1973 To Appreciate Our American Neighbours

The Huffington Post Canada | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 07.04.2014 | Canada Music

The United States is Canada's strongest political ally and largest trading partner. We cross the world's longest undefended border from both sides to ...

Made In The USA: Style Icons And Favourites

The Huffington Post Canada | Maya Hamovitch | Posted 07.04.2012 | Canada Style

While the debate rages on over the existence of the elusive Canadian style -- Do we really have one? Is it truly ours? Are we doomed to be repped by C...