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Oil urgently pumped from carrier ship grounded near Mauritius after major...

JOHANNESBURG — In a race against tides and time, workers pumped tons of fuel on Tuesday from a Japanese bulk carrier ship grounded in...

Search continues to find a man struck by a boat in...

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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...

Lachine canal water access suspended for 72 hours due to contaminated...

All nautical activities have been suspended on the Lachine canal for a 72-hour period.As of Sunday evening, boating, kayaking and canoeing have been prohibited...

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,...

Leduc County declares state of agricultural disaster amid wet conditions –...

Due to excessively wet weather, Leduc County has declared a municipal state of agricultural disaster.Council declared the disaster at a special council meeting Thursday...

Aid for Canada’s energy sector heavily weighted towards fossil fuels in...

Federal energy and environment officials were warned in late April that Canada’s clean-tech sector was in danger as COVID-19 knocked the bottom out of...

RCMP, conservation officials rescue Manitoba beachgoers stranded on inflatable raft –...

Local RCMP are encouraging Manitobans to stay safe while using inflatables on the province’s waterways, after a raft drifted away from shore Sunday afternoon.Police...

University of Saskatchewan report calls for cultural development of province’s evacuation...

A report calls for changes to  Saskatchewan’s current emergency management policies for northern Indigenous communities.The report out of the University of Saskatchewan (USask) says the...

Mysterious mass fish die-off observed in Missisquoi Bay – Montreal

Observers have been alarmed in recent days by hundreds of dead fish washing up on the shores of Missisquoi Bay in the Eastern Townships,...
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