SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe annual Green Gap Index measures Canadians’ environmental behaviour in the areas of fuel and home energy conservation, buying green, reducing waste, recycling and purchasing decisions on food and household goods.Those surveyed were asked to grade their environmental intentions, and then were faced with a series of questions about what they were actually doing.One example that stands out in the survey result is that 72 per cent of Canadians say they use a reusable drinking cup instead of disposable cups.Summerhill CEO Ersilia Serafini, whose group initiated the study, says that “clearly, there’s not seven out of 10 people in that Tim Hortons lineup behind you bringing a reusable drink container, so there’s a lot to be done,” she said.Read more:Do you follow through on your Green intentions? Share your tips on taking action. How do you go green? Take our poll.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.
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Nike has a reputation for standing by the star athletes in its stable. For years, the fear was that it could not afford to alienate big names and have them defect to another company. Now, Nike and its competitors are re examining the value of these big endorsement contracts and cutting back..
I was always there for the teams walk through right before we flew out to take care of any last minute problems. After that we would bus the team out to the airport, people like the AD drove themselves out there at the airport usually we had Jimmy johns for the guys to grab to eat on the flight. Once we landed the equipment staff always went out to the stadium right away to set up the locker room and coaches box and our sideline as much as we could.