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    Cadmium

    Cadmium (Cd) is a soft, ductile, silvery white metal that melts at 320.9°C and is present in the earth's crust at 0.1-0.5 parts per million. The most common cadmium MINERAL, greenockite (CdS), is generally found in zinc-bearing ores and is recovered as a by-product during processing.

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    Canada Centre for Inland Waters

    Canada Centre for Inland Waters One of the world's leading water-research complexes, the Canada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW), is owned and managed by Environment Canada (EC).

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    Canada Dumping Raw Sewage into Its Waterways

    This article was originally published in Maclean’s magazine on October 17, 2005. Partner content is not updated. VICTORIA'S churning river of effluent does not look as awful as you'd think, considering the unholy reputation that precedes it.

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    Canada Land Inventory

    Canada Land Inventory is a comprehensive federal-provincial survey of LAND capability and use for regional resource and land-use planning established under the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act in 1961.

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    Canada's Astronomers Doing Stellar Research

    CANADIANS ARE masters of the universe. Just look at the numbers. Sure, the U.S. leads the world in spending on space research, laying out roughly US$7 per American each year, while Britain, France and Germany budget between US$4 and US$5 for every citizen.This article was originally published in Maclean's Magazine on September 5, 2005

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    Canadian Heritage Rivers System

    Rivers are part of our lives and our heritage. They are the threads that bind the fabric of nature and humanity together.

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    Canadian Wildlife Federation

    Canadian Wildlife Federation, national, nonprofit, nongovernmental conservation organization founded in 1961 and chartered in 1962.

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    Canadian Wildlife Service

    The CWS focuses on 3 key areas reflecting its legislative mandate: migratory birds, species at risk and habitat.

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    Canadians Split over Cost of Kyoto Accord

    This article was originally published in Maclean’s magazine on March 18, 2002. Partner content is not updated.

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    Canals and Inland Waterways

    These 2 great journeys were first made just before the end of the 18th century, and by the same man. Alexander Mackenzie reached the mouth of the river which now bears his name in 1789, and was the first European to cross the North American continent (to Bella Coola) in 1793.

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    Canola

    Canola is a type of rapeseed and it is a Canadian innovation. Canola is characterized by having improved nutritional qualities in both its oil and meal. Canada produced 18.2 million tonnes of canola in 2022. The majority of canola produced in Canada is exported. The main importing markets are the United States, China, Japan, Mexico and the European Union. (See also Industry in Canada.)

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    Cape Bonavista

    Cape Bonavista, elevation 15-30 m, is the bare, rocky extremity of the Bonavista Peninsula, north of the town of Bonavista in eastern Newfoundland.

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    Cape Bonavista Lighthouse

    CAPE BONAVISTA separates Trinity and Bonavista bays on the eastern coast of Newfoundland. In 1842 it was decided to build a LIGHTHOUSE there as an aid to navigating the dangerous seas off the cape. The lighthouse operated for well over a century before it finally closed in 1962.

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    Cape Breton Highlands National Park

    Cape Breton Highlands National Park (established 1936) stretches across the northern tip of Cape Breton Island.

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    Cape Breton Island

    Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 10 311 km2, a rugged and irregularly shaped island, approximately 175 km long by 135 km at its widest, is located at the eastern extremity of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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