Garnaut report a call to action says brown bears are likely to be “stealing your kids’ stuff” when food supplies run low.
In another example, officials in B.C.’s Cariboo First Nation have asked members to gather at home for a potluck lunch.
The idea is to “use an educational, and non-harming, event with our children to prepare their children for life in communities without drinking water. BFCN is asking members to gather by the kitchen, and help prepare the food for the feast,” said B.C. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt.
“We want them to be able to talk with their neighbours, teach them, be engaged in conversation. That’s when I think we’ll have some success in helping to save water.”
That “potluck” meal was cancelled at the request of a city council committee, which decided to postpone a vote on the idea to October’s meeti로투스 홀짝ng, according to documents obtained by Global News.
But organizers say the idea is working.
“That particular meeting in November, it really was a pretty great meeting,” said BFCN president John McWhinney.
“It was a great turnout. The atmosphere was great. Everyone came out with their families. My family actually came from out of town — they knew all of the members.”
A new study also reveals the health benefits of a more active lifestyle, including eating green.
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According to a summary accompanying the study, “the findings were interpreted as suggesting that regular physical activity in adults would prevent cardiovascular disease, improve cognitive function and improve cancer risk, although some limitations remain.”
The health benefits could also be applied to children.
C.M. Ritchie, a professor of exercise physiology and biomechanics at the University of South Florida, believes that physical activity in children — whether they’re walking or playing sports — could lead to increased muscle mass, lower body fat, improved health and increased happiness.
“The bottom line is that there’s a good balance. If we all move more and we just do a little bit more of both, there’s enough for the child to be happy.”
While the study suggests active lifestyles could benefit childre