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Canadensis

Canadensis

Canadensis

Canadensis is a leading provider of technology for the energy sector. The company is best known for its on-demand gas delivery capability, which helps customers maximize business continuity with our on-site gas storage and delivery capabilities.Canadensis is the "heart" of the Poconos; it is home to a number of bed & breakfasts. It is home to Spruce Lake Retreat. Sprucelake hosts groups and also has an overnightcamp and daycamp for kids. The area is more for the outdoor enthusiasts, mostly during the summer. In the summer Canadensis serves as a home to many sleepaway campers from the tri-state area at Camp Canadensis.Canadensis is an unincorporated community in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, United States. Canadensis is home to a few small shops, restaurants and churches. The "crossroads", which is the intersection of Pennsylvania Routes 447 and 390, is the center of the community.

Canadensis

Bais Menachem YDP (Youth Development Program), a branch of the central Tomchei Tmimim Lubavitch moved to Canadensis in the Summer of 2018. Bais Menachem YDP is an all-male, ultra-orthodox, Chassidic, school for high school and college aged boys. Its core philosophies include Jewish and Chassidich principles, and ensuring that its students learn to become happy, healthy, respectful, and productive members of society at large. Bais Menachem YDP is an educational institution that besides for its standard educational pursuits does not stay bound to the rigid frameworks of some schools but encourages its students in their positive and healthy growth through music, art, self expression, and other creative forms.

With the addition of Canadensis to the existing Canada Agricultural and Food Museum, Fletcher Wildlife Garden, National Arboretum, Central Experimental Farm Ornamental Beds and Commissioners’ Park Floral Displays, these varied attractions will provide a unique horticultural hub. This exciting world-class garden destination will benefit the greater community as well as visitors from across Canada and elsewhere. Although there is a risk of accidental introduction of C. canadensis, the fact that it is already so widespread means that the phytosanitary risk is relatively low. It is present in many regions where it is able to survive and grow and exclusion from other areas where it is not yet present may prove impossible. However, certain quarantine measures may ensure that it does not spread into certain specified areas within a country or region, such as protected areas. Being a weed of mainly undisturbed ground, the potential risks to such sites may be considerable. (Source: www.cabi.org)

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