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Forecasters predict extra nasty hurricane season this year – National

Already smashing records, this year’s hyperactive Atlantic hurricane season is about to get even nastier, forecasters predict. In the coming months, they expect to...

Norway’s Arctic archipelago sees record high temperatures – National

Temperatures at Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, about midway between the mainland and the North Pole, hit a record high of 21.7 degrees Celsius on Friday,...

Kenney rejects idea of Alberta speaking to Green New Deal advocates...

Premier Jason Kenney said Friday that he sees a future where Alberta continues to be a key global supplier of oil and gas, and...

Oil lobby group asks Trudeau government to suspend environmental, lobbying laws...

Canada’s largest oil and gas lobby group says the federal government should consider suspending dozens of environmental regulations, laws and policies due to the...

Why the much-touted ‘raincoats’ Sidewalks Labs wanted to install on Toronto’s...

They were touted as the answer to the problem of inhospitable weather on Toronto’s waterfront.Google sister firm Sidewalk Labs was part of a...

Alberta pushes to kill Liberal plan to enshrine UN declaration on...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau, blamed by the Conservative Opposition for economic damage caused by rail blockades and Teck Resources’ decision to kill a massive oilsands...

The climate debate is tearing Canada apart, and that’s a failure...

Underneath all the arrests, the protests, the confrontations, the blockades and the threats of Alberta separatism that have engulfed our political space in...

Facing a climate emergency, these researchers explain what gives them hope

The news is often filled with doom and gloom about the environment, for good reason: we are in the middle of a climate...

Ottawa says it won’t interfere in the dispute between Wet’suwet’en chiefs...

OTTAWA—The federal government insists it has no role in the resolution of a pipeline construction dispute in British Columbia, even as the resulting...

B.C.’s John Horgan faces a Wet’suwet’en firestorm sparked by some very...

VANCOUVER—With eyes across the country focused on a remote, frozen road in northern British Columbia, Premier John Horgan stepped into the press theatre...
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