The Gumboot Kids help Scout to investigate what caused his sketches to scatter all over the floor. They'll have to use their ears and listen carefully to solve this nature mystery. Nature Mystery Clues: kite, dandelion, chime. Mindful Moment: Use your ears to listen to the wind.
Inspired by a walk in the rain, Scout gives the Gumboot Kids three clues to help them discover how one of our feathered friends keeps dry. The Gumboot Kids learn to observe the weather and to dress properly for any nature adventure. Nature Mystery Clues: pond, feather, the letter "V." Mindful Moment: Observe the weather; dress for the weather.
After finding a comfy place to rest after a long nature walk, Scout sends the Gumboot Kids to a forest to find out how something wet and spongy can make a rock soft. As they work to solve the mystery they discover that the forest is full of different texture. Nature Mystery Clues: forest, wet, spongy. Mindful Moment: Nature is ...
Scout spots an upside down smile through his window on a rainy day, and sends the Gumboot Kids to investigate what it could be. Nature Mystery Clues: sky, sunshine, rain. Mindful Moment: Looking at things from different points of view gives you new perspectives.
With Scout's help, the Gumboot Kids follow a slimy trail that leads them to a tiny moving house. They learn that slowing down and being patient is sometimes the best way to get where you need to go. Nature Mystery Clues: shade, slime, shell. Mindful Moment: Move slowly and take your time when you’re exploring nature.
Forget Disneyland, Silicon Valley and Hollywood. Get ready to see a very different California. A drought of historic proportions and the hottest year ever recorded have compelled California to impose unprecedented water consumption reductions. Where did all the water go? Who's fault is it? And what needs to change to save California from itself?
A diesel spill on B.C.'s central coast near Bella Bella could be interpreted as a cautionary tale about Canada's capacity to handle more frequent tanker traffic and to respond adequately to fuel spills. This has become an important consideration, since the expansion of Kinder Morgan's Trans-Mountain Pipeline will significantly increase tanker traffic. In Bella Bella, after thousands of litres of ...
Lennox Island may be a canary in the coal mine when it comes to climate change. Rising sea levels, storm surges and coastal erosion threaten the very existence of the Mi'kmaq nation that calls the island home. This PEI Indigenous community is working hard to protect their land, homes, cultural artifacts, burial grounds and infrastructure.
In the wake of a Conservative leadership debate, The National's Sunday Talk panelists — Jonathan Kay, editor-in-chief of Walrus magazine, Adrienne Batra, editor-in-chief of the Toronto Sun, and Martin Patriquin, Quebec bureau chief for Maclean's magazine — debate whether the prime minister of Canada needs to speak French. Is Pierre Trudeau’s dream of bilingualism dying?
The death toll is mounting from a powerful new drug making its way across Canada. Carfentanil sounds a lot like fentanyl, a related drug that has spread its own wave of lethal overdoses. But the bottom line on carfentanil is that it is far more noxious — to a degree that strains belief.