26 May '11, 4pm

Huffpo Comes To Canada, Looks More Green Than Orange - The Huffington Post introduces a Canadian edition with the ba...

Huffpo Comes To Canada, Looks More Green Than Orange - The Huffington Post introduces a Canadian edition with the ba...

The Huffington Post introduces a Canadian edition with the back of Opposition Leader Jack Layton's head and a headline ORANGE SHADOW, but if you look at their list of local bloggers, it's really green, at least at launch. Right at the top you have David Suzuki on our favourite subject, writing Burn Calories, Not Gas: Ride a Bike Count the Canadian Stereotypes and cliches in Paul Gilligan's cartoon Suzuki writes: Riding a bike is good for your health and the environment. As the Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition points out in its promotion of Bike to Work Week (May 30 - June 5 in several Canadian cities), cycling to work is enjoyable, helps you get and stay in shape, and burns off stress. And when you consider gridlock and traffic, it's often as fast as or faster than driving. It's also way more efficient than car travel. According to the WorldWatch Institute, a bicycle needs...

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