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Today is national coffee day! While you sip your decaf, non-fat soy latte, think about the fact that over 80 percent of Canadians drink coffee regularly, according to the Coffee Association of Canada, and in 2008 sales of coffee amounted to 16 percent of non-alcoholic beverage sales in Canada. So this just leaves the question: do you know where your coffee comes from?
A little bird just told me - actually, it was the Banff Squirrel - that Parks Canada just turned 100 years old!
A Honduran fishing village plants a future for mangroves with the help of Canadian non-profit.
I have to admit I was skeptical about the Great Baikal Trail Association at first.  
When Joseph Otari declared the forest he owned just outside of Wellington protected land, he was defying the times. 
An award-winning documentary draws attention to a Canadian company's role in Ecuador's oil mess.
At last count, Aki Ra has defused over 20,000 landmines—the same number he estimates he laid as a child.
Here's how your visit to Laos can have a positive impact.
Local ingenuity brings homegrown electricity to Kenyan communities.
A team from Niagara tackles water scarcity in rural Guatemala.
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