What is the quality of drinking water in Montreal?

As a historic city, Montreal is home to some of the most picturesque streets and urban architecture in the country. But all of this history suggests that there may be aging infrastructure behind these pretty facades. So how does the city’s drinking water compare to other parts of Canada, in …

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The 10 best plants for fall color

to travelGetty Images Your garden is made to be enjoyed all year round, so if yours is looking a little dingy and withered at the end of a long summer, it’s time to get down to business. Don’t put your gardening tools away right away as fall is a great …

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Stench of polluted stream preventing residents from using Crowborough Gardens

Behind a row of houses in Crowborough in Sussex flows a freshwater stream once, but it’s not cool now. The stream is polluted with sewage and kitchen waste from neighboring houses. Some days, local resident Gena McCourt is unable to use her backyard garden. She explained that the leaks had …

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What’s Wrong With My Plant? Expert Tips For Reviving Ragged Monstera | Home & Garden

Trendy and rare foliage plants Liqua Monstera There are more holes than leaves. Monstera Alba There are leaves with scattered white. Monstera Minima A small version that does not require its own greenhouse. Not uncommon, but as a beloved, Gillian McGoldrick bought Monstera deliciosa for her home office a few …

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Houstonians enjoy cool temperatures on the first day of fall

Oliver was making the most of the cool, sunny weather in Hermann Park on the first day of fall Wednesday afternoon – sniffing all the scents, seeing ducks and turtles for the first time. “He had a blast,” said Eduardo Bonilla, one of the owners of the 4-month-old beagle. It …

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New York Fashion Week Spring 2022 Beauty Trends: Braids, Gold Makeup, and More

It’s possible that hairstylists and makeup artists have gotten a little bored of being stuck in the past 18 months because the Spring / Summer 2022 beauty trends of New York Fashion Week have sparked a ton of joy. Colorful braids, dizzying hair, just-kissed lips and golden lids dominated the …

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Selecting the right variety of seeds is important for planting winter wheat

BILLING – Another wheat crop on the books and Montana farmers are already back in the fields planting the 2022 winter wheat crop. And given this year’s widespread drought, the seed division manager of Columbia Grain International, Paul Porter, says selecting the right seed variety is very important. Montana Ag …

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Explore the Englewood Nature Trail on this week’s Forage and Plant Walk

ENGLEWOOD – Nature and plant lovers can enjoy an event this weekend on the south side. Grow Greater Englewood, an organization that works in the community to create sustainable food economies, is partnering with the non-profit Brown People Foundation to host a Forage and Plants Walk from 2 p.m. to …

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group Expands Global Presence in 10 Key Gateway Cities in Prime Locations

Singapore – The Pan Pacific Hotels group continues to develop its global pipeline with 13 new properties in 10 key cities by 2024. More than 3,300 rooms will be added to the group’s inventory, bringing its portfolio to 48 hotels, resorts and suites with services in 29 cities. Pan Pacific …

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Karl Lagerfeld Paris opens its first menswear store at Roosevelt Field in Garden City, NYC

Karl Lagerfeld Paris opens its first men’s retail store yesterday at Roosevelt Field in Garden City, New York. Located on 1,300 square feet, this space is inspired by fashion legend Karl Lagerfeld and offers ready-to-wear, outerwear, small leather goods, luggage, cold weather accessories and footwear. . This is not just …

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