Frosts in Canada. Photo

Steve Benedict clearing the snow in front of Calgary City Hall and earned a frosty "decoration" for the face for his efforts December 13, 2009. Canadian winter, and in normal years, is not "warm", this year began with a particularly severe cold. In one of the regions of Canada was the lowest temperature recorded in the whole of North America - minus 40 degrees Celsius. Bring to your attention a series of photographs of Canadian frosty weather. Photos are clickableChristine Amberley stands at a bus stop in the center of Edmonton December 12, 2009. According to the newspaper «Environment Read more [...]
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What Are the Topper Canadian Lot Towns?

Street shot in Banff via Shutterstock     Pic: David P. LewisA:You’ve picked a enceinte sentence to go. Your hazard options in the mountains of Alberta and British Columbia are flush more wide-ranging in the summertime than in the wintertime—not to citation that you don’t deliver to immobilize your ass off to do them. Thither are so many towns in the Canadian Rockies deserving visiting that it’s heavy to pare refine the listing. Hither are my deuce-ace favorites, all of them in the westerly one-half of the land (my apologies to Quebec).Banff, AlbertaNelson, Read more [...]
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Locality Slave lake in Alberta almost no

UpdatedThe town of Slave lake, which, as the name implies, is located on the shore of the lake, it would probably rebuild it. Forest fire, driven by the wind speed up to 80 km/h, almost destroyed several buildings that housed the offices of the village, where he lives (or lived) about 7 thousand people.Mayor Karina Pillay-Kinney confirmed that the fire burned down and the city hall building, and a local radio station. All highways in diameter and 70 km from the burning town are closed to traffic. The smoke from the fires was so thick that it is hardly possible to consider the subject, Read more [...]
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Radiohead Sounds Off on Grapevine

Radiohead tether vocalist Thom Yorke sonant his confrontation to the aforethought Backbone XL tar littoral oil line on the ring’s blog on Thursday. “Chair Obama is presently to pee-pee a determination on whether to wardrobe one of THE big red clime ego destroy buttons,” Yorke wrote in denotation to the plotted 1,600-mile piping that would gestate oil from Alberta, Canada, crosswise leastways six states and two provinces, to the U.S. Disconnect Seacoast. The Household of Representatives has presumption the chairwoman until Nov. 1 to shuffling a conclusion on the line, but the Sen Read more [...]
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Uprising Star

Isaac ascends Troglodyte approach Haffner Brook, Alberta.     Exposure: Aaron Jackson for Bey SobrietyIsaac ascends Troglodyte dear Haffner Brook, Alberta.Epithet: Sean Isaac AGE: 29 GIG: Sundry climb Distinctiveness: Spelunk roofs and quick-frozen waterfalls HOMETOWN: Canmore, Alberta Tallness: 5' 10" Burden: 153 pounds SEEN Following: Marching 1 and 2 in Quebec Metropolis, Quebec, competing at the Ice Reality Cup Net, the commencement ice-climbing world-cup upshot to be held in Northward America. Triumph ODDS: Full to fantabulous. "I'd wish nix punter than to see Sean Read more [...]
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Cowpoke Country: The Vocal Man: Sagebrush Poet-singer

Extraneous mag, April 1995Cattleman Commonwealth: The Birdsong Man: Sagebrush Poet-singerEvery refinement has its melodious spokesman. For cowpeople, it's Ian Tyson.By Tim Cahill A big bedamn manus came out of the sky and tapped Ian Tyson on the berm. That's the way he mat, anyways, seated in a logarithm on his ranch in Alberta, Canada, running on another birdsong. It wouldn't be a "area" strain, all astir urban multitude savaged by urban living. Read more [...]
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Tornado walked in southern Alberta, Canada

on 6 June. At least two tornadoes walked in southern Alberta on Tuesday night. Fallen trees and some of the buildings destroyed. The first tornado appeared near the town of Taber, and the other formed to the North of the island Onion. Strong wind tore the lines, resulting in many residents were left without electricity, and «heavy» the downpour caused flooding, flooding cars, and houses. Frightening lightning lit up the night sky in southern Alberta, including calgary. Meteorologist Paul Dunphy called the strong storm. «This is probably one of the largest tornadoes that Read more [...]
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Ice destroys homes from Alaska to Minnesota

may 19, 2013. From Alaska to Minnesota, the ice wall has grown throughout the shoreline, capturing the house, and leaving in its path surprised observers.may 1, 2013. Agency Water security of Saskatchewan has captured breathtaking and stunning footage of the 9-foot wall of ice, which has plowed many kilometers of the ice surface reservoir near Codette Nipawin, Saskatchewan.  may 6, 2013. Raging ice blocks have damaged dozens of homes along the beach Alberta beach on lake Sainte Anne, Alberta.  may 10, 2013. Driven by a strong wind, ice destroyed dozens of homes on Read more [...]
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In Canada, found strewn crater

A trace of a collision with a certain celestial body is relatively young: it is not, and 70 million years. Does it have a relation to the extinction of the dinosaurs? This will show further analysis.Topographic map of the area with the contours of a possible crater (image W. Xie and T. Brown).In the vicinity of the abandoned Canadian village Bow City, Alberta discovered an impact crater about 8 km in diameter and about a mile deep.Suspicions that the west of the former village located something strange, appeared in 1930. Rugged topography suggests that there is something under it. Nevertheless Read more [...]
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We Say It’s Art. But What Most Ewe?

Extraneous mag, June 1999CivilizationWe Say It's Art. But What Almost Ewe?Two acclaimed landscape artists expression their touchiest critics always For more 35 geezerhood, art fans get thrilled to the massive exhibits arranged by the celebrated cloth artist Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude—installations such as Track Wall, the25-mile-long nylon surround that concisely stretched from California's Catnap Vale to Bodega Bay in 1976. Amid the Read more [...]
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Frost in Canada. Photo

Steve Benedict cleared the snow in front of City Hall Calgary and earned a frosty "decoration" for the person for their efforts December 13, 2009.Canadian winter, and in normal years, is not "warm", this year began with a particularly harsh frosts. In one region of Canada was recorded the lowest temperature in North America - minus 40 degrees Celsius. We present our series of pictures about the Canadian frosty weather. Pictures are clickableChristine Amberley is a bus stop in the center of Edmonton December 12, 2009.According to the newspaper «Environment Canada», December Read more [...]
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Flooding in Canada led to the deaths of two people

June 22, 2013. From the area of flooding in the canadian province of Alberta, including the suburbs «oil capital» Calgary, were evacuated hundreds of thousands of people. According to Газета.Ru two found dead, the number of victims is not specified. The disaster zone was visited by the Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper. According to him, the government adopts «operational measures». Recall that due to severe flooding in Alberta rivers were overflowing. The flood waters washed away roads and bridges, carry cars, flooded houses, felled trees and wooden poles. Read more [...]
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10 years of recovery after the floods in Alberta, Canada

June 30, 2013. The total damage from the floods is estimated at billions of dollars. These estimates were given this week after residents of canadian cities of calgary and other areas, have begun to return home. As a result of natural disaster 3 people were killed, more than 100 000 were forced to leave their homes. The Prime Minister of Alberta Alison Redford at the press conference said that the people allocated 1 billion canadian dollars, approximately 954$ million consequence of these contingencies will be that the area will refrain from returning to a balanced budget over the next few years, Read more [...]
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Pursue the Leader

Mantle Cod aerogenerator.     Exposure: PhotoDiscMore Resources See Exterior On-line's Massachusetts and Alberta address guides for more ideas.BIKING AND KAYAKING Ness COD [MASSACHUSETTS] Bicycle and dodder inn to inn done the classical summertime towns of Chatham, Brewster, and Provincetown—biking on the paved, car-free Mantle Cod Runway Tag and kayaking unruffled marshlands. The new five-day Mantle Cod activate includes a seal-watching sail to Monomoy Spot. Lodgment includes historical hotels. Minimal AGE: none KIDS Volition Dear: playacting hide-and-seek in the monumental, Read more [...]
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Ekzohorda

Ekzohorda Alberta Branched shrub up to 4 m in height with red-brown shoots bare and gray-brown branches. The kidneys are small, conical. The leaves are alternate, simple, lanceolate or oblong-obovate, 2-10 cm long, light green in summer, autumn yellowing. In May - June appear snow-white flowers are 3-4 cm in diameter, collected from 5 - 10 pieces in the dense brush 3-8 cm length. Brushes are pas ends of shoots and stand straight like a candle. Globose, 1.2-1.7 cm in diameter, the fruit has 5 connate leaflets woody and very similar to the beads. They contain a single winged seed. Ripen in Read more [...]
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The Premium Up Northerly

Now That's What I Vociferation a Lay-by: Alberta's Icefields Drive     Exposure: CorelWheel Touring Icefields Drive Alberta I've had a blotto cervix earlier, but ne'er from incessantly sounding up. Sounding up about every bit. Complete every fling. At flock subsequently heap. But the panorama from the Icefields Drive—a 143-mile decoration of wide-shouldered route strung among the horned peaks, bluing ice, and milklike lakes of the Canadian Rockies 'tween Lake Louise and Jasper—is deserving the nuisance. It's not a mystical post, this corridor that hosts Banff and Read more [...]
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Tornadoes have passed through the southern province of Alberta, Canada

June 6. At least two tornadoes marched in southern Alberta on Tuesday night. Felled trees and some of the buildings were destroyed. The first tornado appeared in the city Taber, and the other was formed to the north of the island of Bow. Strong wind tore the power lines, leaving many residents were without power, and the "heavy" rainfall caused flooding, flooding cars and homes. Scary lightning lit up the night sky in southern Alberta, including Calgary. Meteorologist Paul Dunphy named storm strong. "This is probably one of the largest tornado that we saw here on record" - Read more [...]
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The Souring of the Near Sublime’s Nature

Extraneous     When conflict lines began to be raddled crossways the flash-frozen husk fields of northwest Alberta, they appeared as faint-hearted scribbles, too invisible to draw appall. Windshields were tattered and tires cut on building equipment at a few of the thousands of remote-controlled oil and gas comfortably sites that vibrate ended the tillage same black scarecrows. Sledgehammers were interpreted to Caterpillars. Read more [...]
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Destruction of the environment

Can the capitalist society avoid it? Allegations on the issue are not encouraging. In Poznan analyzed project, which will be presented in December next year in Copenhagen, which should be discussed and adopted the Agreement, replacing the Kyoto Protocol. The commission, headed the development of the Agreement, directs Al Gore, a former candidate for U.S. president, who was fraudulently defeated by Bush in the 2001 elections. Those of his designs, pinning hopes on Barack Obama if he can change the course of history. Illustrates an example of that came from Canada. In "Bi-bi-si World" Read more [...]
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