Long-term Statistics Canada research shows cities

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Joni Mitchell was right — they really are paving paradise and putting up parking lotsRetail businesses.

Statistics Canada’s first survey of urban green space shows thatThe University of Ottawa., just as the singer-songwriter warnedThe over-55 age bracket will be eligible fo, cities across the country are getting greyer and browner:1618145006013,.

“We did a see a decrease over the time period we looked at,” said Jennie Wang, who helped prepare a massive report from the federal agency released this month on human activity and the environmentThe European Union average..

Statistics Canada used satellite imagery to estimate the amount of green space in Canadian cities — parksat restaurants can operate with up to 10 people per table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking., urban trees, even backyards and lawnsThe only reason, bu. The data has existed for yearsThe stay-at-home order, but it was used for this purpose.

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