With January over and the chaos around New Year’s resolutions and unpaid credit cards bills coming to an end, we are finally getting back into the groove of life after the holidays. We are now able to relax for a bit
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Through the blowing snow and frostbite inducing temperatures, you must have seen them: the brave souls who fearlessly hop on their bikes and navigate the icy roads all winter long. Maybe you are among the
Posted in Environment on Jan 16th, 2014
Photo source: CBC News With the recent ice storm still fresh in the minds of most Torontonians, some are starting to wonder what impact this will have on our environment and the upcoming growing season. According to
In the late fall, we found ourselves in a bit of a pickle (and not the delicious kind). The chilly weather was coming on fast and we were still without a winter home for a dozen of our beloved cargo bikes.
The winter is upon us. There is no snow on the roads yet but the cold weather has definitely made an appearance. Thinking about braving the cold and biking through the winter this season? Here are some tips and tricks
This post was written by Not Far From The Tree volunteer, Aysha Qamar. If you have a story to share, by all means send it along to email@example.com. Heavy winter jackets and bulky winter boots. That’s what comes to mind for most of us during the winter season. The cold weather may
Throughout the winter months, I find oatmeal to be one of the loveliest breakfast dishes. It’s warm, hearty, and delicious. The greatest pleasure of this winter morning meal is to add a few tastes of summer into the mix. When the first summer pears were ready last year, I set some aside to make into [...]