Science & Environment

Biden plans to block Keystone XL pipeline with day 1 order, documents show

Campaign officials promised in May that if elected, Biden would cancel the controversial cross-border project, but the timeline was never…

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Quebec police search for man who went missing on his snowmobile on Lake of Two Mountains

Sûreté du Québec (SQ) police are searching for a man, 54, on the Lake of Two Mountains where a snowmobile…

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‘Morally and ethically wrong:’ Court to hear challenge to Alberta coal policy removal

A group is going to court in hopes of forcing Alberta to revisit its decision to open one of the…

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Tens of thousands evacuated as Indonesia floods kill at least 15

National Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesperson Raditya Jati said floods brought by intense rains caused floodwaters as high as 3 metres.…

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Potential overabundance of satellites in space could impact view of stars: article

Starlink has launched thousands of satellites as part of its plan to improve global internet access. However, this plan could…

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Chestermere residents angry over canal ice rinks being declared off-limits

Some Chestermere residents are disappointed that they are no longer allowed to skate on a local canal for safety reasons.…

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Ice climber seriously injured in Alberta Rockies

The man was long line rescued by Alstrom Helicopters, with the help of Rocky Mountain House Search and Rescue, police…

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Storm pond rinks in Chestermere covered with sand by city officials citing safety

Recreational hockey players feel they’re being subjected to some unfair penalties. Frozen storm ponds used as neighbourhood rinks in Chestermere…

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B.C. resident captures amazing display of birds in murmuration over delta mudflats

According to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, a murmuration is basically a “mass aerial stunt” and it…

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N.L. offers owners of Terra Nova oilfield $175 million – but only if oil flows again

Suncor Energy is the majority stakeholder in the Terra Nova field, where restart operations were halted because of the COVID-19…

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Jarry Park’s fleeting forest of recycled Christmas trees has Montrealers wishing

An initiative meant to give Christmas trees a second life has blossomed into a wishing forest in Jarry Park. Read…

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Cougar that approached man and his dog in Banff was euthanized

Parks Canada issued a cougar warning after at least six sightings of a large cat in and around the Town…

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Where is winter? The impact of warm weather in Winnipeg

If you’ve been thinking it has been unusually warm this winter, you are right. Environment Canada says November, December, and…

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Southern Alberta ranchers weigh in on coal mining after Corb Lund, Paul Brandt speak out

In a controversial move, Alberta rescinded a decades-old policy that protected Rocky Mountain landscapes from coal mining. But efforts to…

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Two coyotes euthanized following recent string of Stanley Park attacks

Officials are urging the public not to feed the animals, noting that if they become habituated it is likely a…

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City of Edmonton offering rebates for green home improvements

From buying new windows, to replacing a hot water tank or purchasing solar panels, the City of Edmonton is looking…

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Kawartha Nishnawbe stage blockade at Parks Canada dam project in Burleigh Falls

According to the members’ lawyer, the governing council of Kawartha Nishnawbe says Parks Canada failed to consult the members of…

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Alberta musician Corb Lund on proposed coal mines in Rockies: ‘I 100% oppose these policy changes’

Alberta’s United Conservative government has revoked a 1976 policy that kept coal mines out of the mountains and eastern slopes…

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