I was impressed to learn that France had made new commercial buildings do this. I’ve felt badly that new buildings going up all over the University of Regina campus since I started paying attention to it in 1998, haven’t put a single solar panel up on them. There’s a building on Research Dr. with a round skylight that looks like a CD player, that would have been a perfect spot for some solar panels. At least the RIC building in 2006 had a partial green roof built onto its shady side.
We’ve only hand planted trees (and their heirs), but we also have smoke.
Here’s an advance preview, if a similar “musical ride” comes to Regina?
These videos are from the second day of the Shared Knowledge Conference at the Core Ritchie Centre, the second weekend of June.
Jim Elliott with many interesting (and terrifying) facts about Regina’s watershed system.
James and Brooke of Sound Solar Systems:
Next, I presented on Bitcoin and alternate currencies being used to build alternate economies apart from the monetary systems provided by governments.
Dan B. of Tradebank Regina
Lindsay H. wraps up with what’s in store for next time.
You mean election fraud 3 elections in a row didn’t already tell you that?
You heard about the woman hospitalized for wearing so called “skinny jeans”?
Global didn’t seem to understand Pat Martin was joking.
From Kady’s old 2008 report comes this line:
Pat Martin, meanwhile, is playing Goldilocks. After unsuccessfully hopping up and down on his chair, he swaps it for another one – just right, apparently.
“I left to go and have a chat with the Speaker, and Mr. Galipeau overreacted heavily by saying I should forfeit my vote for having the temerity to ask the Speaker a question during the vote,” he told host Evan Solomon.
“The actual fact is I say it was a cheeky answer to what I thought was a cheeky question.”
Dean Del Mastro is going to jail for a month, house arrest for longer, and cannot run (for office) for at least 5 years.