Science & Environment

Quebec’s largest school board takes the lead and cancels classes for Sept. 27 climate march

Some Montreal school boards cancel classes on Sept. 27, allowing students to attend the climate march. Read More source

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Green Party gaining support in the Maritimes: poll

The Provincial Green Parties in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are seeing major gains in support over the past year…

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Ecology Action Centre report identifies climate targets to help guide Nova Scotia’s green economy

The new report explores the environmental and economic costs and benefits of meeting new climate goals. Read More source

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Ford addresses issues with anti-carbon tax stickers, vows they’ll be fixed

The stickers are part of an aggressive campaign to critique the federal carbon tax, which Ottawa imposed on Ontario earlier this year…

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Hundreds of pounds of debris cleaned off lake floor near Kingston’s Gord Downie Pier

Dozens of volunteer divers gathered at the Gord Downie Pier in Kingston, Ont., on the weekend to clean up the…

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Calgary’s wet summer has fungi flourishing

The wet summer may have left some Calgarians feeling a bit blue but mushrooms were more than happy — popping…

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Crown to consider charges in massive 2017 Elephant Hill B.C. wildfire

The fire forced the evacuation of thousands, including the entire community of Cache Creek. Read More source

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‘What a massive beast’: great white shark rescued in waters west of Saint John

This follows a sighting in late August of a great white shark near Saint Andrews Read More source

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Edmonton composter building to cost $12M to tear down

It’ll cost $12 million to finish the job that heat and chemicals from the aerobic composting process started. On Friday,…

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Volunteer scuba divers embark on underwater cleanup expedition in St. Lawrence

The woman dubbed the Mermaid of the St-Lawrence river is back in action this weekend leading an underwater cleanup expedition…

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P.E.I. national park partially reopens after Dorian causes huge damage

The worst-hit area of the P.E.I. national park is near the Cavendish campground, which will be closed for the rest…

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University of Saskatchewan is looking at ‘burping’ in beef cattle to study methane emissions

The University of Saskatchewan is looking at different grazing forage systems and how they affect methane production in beef cattle.…

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Edmonton social enterprise Earth Group unveils new aluminum bottled water product

“It’s 100 per cent aluminum, 100 per cent recyclable, it takes 95 per cent less energy to recycle than a…

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Peterborough and nearby municipalities asked to curb water use by 10 per cent

Otonabee Conservation issued a level 1 low-water condition on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Read More source

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Alberta ending separate offices for climate change, environmental monitoring

Alberta’s United Conservative government is eliminating stand-alone offices for climate change policy and environmental monitoring. Read More source

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Ontario woman’s remains to return home from the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian: mother

“There’s nothing in this world that could explain what I’m experiencing right now,” McDonagh said through tears. Read More source

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Big renovations approved for Lake Louise Ski Resort

The plan includes two new lodges, up to six new lifts and access to the newly acquired west bowl. Read…

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Tropical storm warning issued for Bahamas as 1,300 still missing

The Miami-based hurricane center issued a tropical storm warning for islands including hurricane-hit Abacos and Grand Bahama, saying the system…

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