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Biodiversity: a tale of four bees

York University's Alumni Association invited us to speak at a Scholar's Hub event!

Dr. Sheila Colla

As you can imagine, World Bee Day is a BIG deal for us. Find out what Dr. Sheila Colla wants more people to know...

The Buzz on Bees

A Q&A with the Executive Committee on World Bee Day

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The Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution and Conservation hosts a YouTube channel with videos of academic talks and conference presentations. Click on the link above to check it out!

The Conversation Canada


How planting a garden can boost bees, local food and resilience during the coronavirus crisis

With the arrival of spring, many people have been starting to think about how COVID-19 will impact the affordability and availability of fruits and vegetables in coming months...

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How Wet’suwet’en butterflies offer lessons in resilience and resistance

The Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en peoples collaborated in 1987 to challenge the British Columbia government and legally establish title to their ancestral territories. That landmark case, known as ...

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Give bees a chance: We can’t afford to lose our wild native pollinators

A quintessential sign of spring is a busy bee happily buzzing from blossom to blossom. While spring is now in full swing across Canada, the presence of those dependable pollinators is becoming ...

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Forget smart cities (for a minute), we need to talk about smart farms

There’s a lot of talk about digital technology and smart cities, but what about smart farms? Many of us still have a romantic view of farmers surveying rolling hills...

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Scrapping environmental watchdog is like shooting the messenger

Buried deep within the massive omnibus bill (Bill 57) tabled by Ontario’s government last week were a series of provisions significantly curtailing the power of ...

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DNA barcodes — sci-fi tech to safeguard environment

A Canadian technology that can identify a substance by scanning it — as a character in Star Trek might — could become a crucial tool to capture DNA data in the environment...

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