Pedestrians packed the Broadway Theatre Sept. 20 as 400-plus curious attendee’s waited patiently to kick off Saskatoon’s first Park(ing) Day. The group flocked to the community-owned theatre in anticipation of an informative and entertaining presentation by globally-renowned urban planner and architect Ken Greenberg.
For a class assignment calling for students to create an “action plan,” Michelle Lee and her group chose to focus on the environmental side of social justice by taking a look at plastic bags and how they effect the environment. This is how the current petition to ban plastic bags in Saskatoon began.
On Jan. 23, Tim Hortons hot cup sizes were shuffled down in scale to accommodate the new and improved extra large size. Your small double-double is now an extra-small, your medium is now a small and so forth. The newest addition to the homegrown franchise’s cup family is a rather large 24 ounces. This new size
While the human race took perhaps one million years to reach one billion people (around the year 1800), we have been adding successive billions every 10-20 years since 1960. Will we be able to meet the population challenge, just as we have met previous challenges, through technological and institutional innovation?