Your Company's Crosswalk: What To Consider

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There may be a few buildings or a complex on the property owned by your company. This allows employees to get work done on one site and there are likely to be people passing from one building to the next each day. Cars and delivery trucks may also pass on the roads in the area, so developing pedestrian crosswalk systems may make sense. These systems can keep everyone safe and decrease the chances of accidents and injuries.…

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Got Your Own Canadian Spring Well? Ideas For What You Can Do Next

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Only about three percent of the world’s total natural water supply is fresh water. Imagine that. This giant blue and green  marble you are spinning on has a ton of water, but it is all the wrong kind for humans. So, what happens when you discover that you have your own little Canadian Rockies artesian spring? You could horde it for yourself until the end of time. You could also do all of the following.…

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Why It's Better To Switch From Wood-Burning Stoves Before They're Banned

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Wood burning is surprisingly very popular in many parts of Canada. Now that Montreal has passed its municipal law banning wood-burning stoves, it’s likely more major metropolitan areas will follow suit. But despite the arguments in favor of heating homes with wood, there are a number of reasons to make the switch ahead of time to a different kind of heater. The Dangers of Burning Wood Having a wood-burning stove in your home increases your risk of a house fire.…

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