Calling all vegetarians...this one's for you! We know how tricky it can be to whip up something packed with protein and super satisfying that will leave you feeling full. Eating vegetarian doesn't have to be restricted to soups and salads (although they can be delicious and filling). Lucky for you, we've got recipes that are hearty, delicious and easy to make. At last, a list of tasty recipes that even the most opposing meat-eaters and non-meat eaters will agree upon for lunch or dinner.
Holiday season has officially arrived and we know how difficult it can be to put together a wonderful crowd-pleasing menu that all of your guests will enjoy, so we decided to put one together for you. Yes, you heard right! Now the pressure is off, and all you have to do is round up the ingredients and get cooking these heavenly recipes.
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are right around the corner. In light of these fast-approaching festivities, we've got a smorgasbord of tasty recipes that will be sure to satisfy your children, your children's children, your aunts, uncles, in-laws, cousins and even your pet whom you sneak a little somethin' to under the table.
As the CEO of a Product testing company, I'm always on the lookout for products that are as practical as they are stylish (whenever possible) to satisfy both me and my kids. I totally get that spending hours researching what is hot right now might not be an option for most, so I have taken the guesswork out of it I've compiled a list of some of the products I am most excited about for Back-to-School.
In 2015, the city of Summerside, Prince Edward Island, achieved the highest level of wind power integration in North America. While the province of P.E.I. is already a leader with 26 per cent of its electricity coming from wind power, the City of Summerside Electric Utility has ratcheted that up to an astonishing 46 per cent by adding a smart grid with energy storage.
When PEI's government crafted a plan to wean their grid off costly and carbon-intensive diesel, they turned to wind power, one renewable resource that the island has plenty of. A map of the wind potential of PEI glows red showing high potential for much of the island. As we write this 34 per cent of PEI's electricity is coming from the wind.
Alberta's carbon tax is expected to have a relatively minor impact on middle to lower income folks, but what about a major city that buys $60 million worth of power every year? That's going to cut into some budgets! It turns out there's one municipality that's positioned very well for a carbon tax but its name might surprise you.