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Cyclists want to use Lachine Canal bike path year round, call...

The Lachine Canal bike path is enjoyed by thousands of cyclist every day in the summer and fall, but once the snow falls, it...

Liberals to table climate legislation, discuss plan to reach net-zero emissions...

Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson will show Canadians his path to net-zero Thursday when he tables climate legislation in the House of Commons.The legislation fulfills...

Federal fisheries minister concerned about size of Mi’kmaq fishery in Cape...

HALIFAX – The federal fisheries minister is raising concerns about the health of the lobster stock in Cape Breton in connection with an Indigenous...

Hamilton’s plan to tackle climate emergency ‘lagging’, say advocates – Hamilton

Members of a Hamilton non-profit working towards a carbon-neutral community say the city is not close to laying out the climate action plan it...

Steinbach man hosts 500 trick-or-treaters with candy-filled ferris wheel – Winnipeg

On a cold and windy Halloween night in Steinbach, Man., a unique creation brought trick-or-treaters out by the hundreds. Over 500 to be exact.Jake...

‘Catastrophic violent winds’: 1 million evacuated as Typhoon Goni slams Philippines...

MANILA, Philippines — A super typhoon slammed into the eastern Philippines with ferocious winds early Sunday and about a million people have been evacuated...

NDP says UCP MLA’s comments about climate change hurt Alberta’s ability...

After a UCP MLA’s statement in the Alberta legislature on Wednesday expressed skepticism about the effects of climate change, the leader of the Opposition...
Alberta Energy Regulator says pipeline shut in after 500,000 litres of produced water leaks in northern Alberta

Alberta Energy Regulator says pipeline shut in after 500,000 litres of...

The Alberta Energy Regulator says cleanup efforts are underway in northwestern Alberta after a pipeline leaked approximately 500,000 litres of produced water into a...

Vancouver city council to hear recommendations after declaring climate emergency –...

After Vancouver city council declared a climate emergency in January, 2019, a number of measures are being put forward to implement the climate action...

Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq chief casts doubt on Ottawa’s bid to quell...

The First Nations chief behind a small but controversial fishing fleet trapping Nova Scotia lobster outside the regulated season is raising concerns about Ottawa’s...
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