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B.C. Premier Clark fears raging wildfires new norm, blames climate change

Jul 23, 2015 – Hamilton Spectator WEST KELOWNA, B.C. — Relentless forest fires burning across British Columbia may be the…+

Massive Alberta oil spill bigger than Kalamazoo disaster

Jul 17, 2015 – National Observer Oil sands giant Nexen has apologized for one of the largest petroleum spill disasters…+

Seven more Alberta coun­ties con­sid­er de­clar­ing states of agri­cul­tur­al dis­as­ter

Jul 16, 2015 – Edmonton Journal EDMONTON – Seven more Alberta coun­ties are con­sid­ering declaring states of agri­cul­tur­al dis­as­ter as…+

Crazy rain storm creates flash flood in St. Pierre-Jolys

Jul 16, 2015 – Winnipeg Free Press Vehicles were stalled on Highway 59 in St. Pierre-Jolys on Wednesday night, and…+

Premiers set to fast-track oil pipelines

Jul 13, 2015 – Globe & Mail The Canadian Energy Strategy will be finalized and unveiled at a premiers’ conference…+

Al Gore on why he remains hopeful about climate change

Jul 10, 2015 – The Star On the climate change front, there is rarely any good news. But former U.S. vice-president…+

Climate Summit of the Americas begins in Toronto

Jul 8, 2015 – Canadian Press Hundreds of invitation-only delegates are attending a two-day Climate Summit of the Americas in Toronto….+

Fires in Kootenays advance on homes, then retreat – but alerts still in place

Jul 6, 2015 – Global News It’s been a harried 24 hours for several communities in the Kootenays. Last night several fires…+

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