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British Columbia is bitten by climate change-fuelled weather extremes
From dangerous heat and destructive wildfires, to record breaking rainfall and catastrophic flooding. Parts of British Columbia, Canada have been at the epicentre of two top-end weather extremes within the space of a few months.
Vancouver cut off as Pacific Northwest hit by severe storm and floods
Several people are thought to be missing after what's been described as the worst storm in decades brought floods and landslides to western parts of the US and Canada.
The first person to be diagnosed with climate change lives in Canada
150,000 people die a year from climate change. So why has the first diagnosis just been given, and how significant is it?
Life-saving drone delivers lungs to a patient just in time
Sometimes, it can only take ten minutes to save lives. And a drone.
Seagrass has more sex when otters are in the water
Scientists have revealed the unlikely sexual chemistry between eelgrass and sea otter populations off the Canadian coast.
'Failed gamble': Trudeau falls short of majority in Canada's election
The opposition accused the prime minister of calling an unnecessary early vote for his own personal ambition.
Angry protesters throw gravel at Canadian PM Justin Trudeau
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repeatedly faced off angry protesters on the campaign trail while seeking a third term in office in snap elections due to take place on September 20.
Mysterious bacteria found in the Arctic can break down oil and diesel
Marine bacteria in the Canadian Arctic are capable of biodegrading diesel and oil, according to a new study.
Trudeau triggers Canadian election, voting day Sept. 20
Trudeau is hoping to capitalise on his government's successful vaccination campaign against COVID-19 to win a majority of seats in Parliament.
Canada's first indigenous Governor General has been sworn in
Mary Simon — an Inuk from Kuujjuaq in northeastern Quebec — was appointed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to be the Governor General of Canada. She was sworn in earlier today.
Queen Victoria, Elizabeth II statues defaced during Canada Day protest
It follows the discovery of the remains of hundreds of children at former schools for indigenous children.
Fast-moving wildfire spreads toward Canadian town
Residents of Lytton in British Columbia evacuated the small mountain town on Wednesday, June 30, as a fast-moving wildfire engulfed the area.
Hundreds unmarked graves found at another indigenous school in Canada
Last month the remains of 215 children, some as young as 3 years old, were found buried on the site of what was once Canada’s largest Indigenous residential school near Kamloops, British Columbia.
Four Muslim family members killed in 'deliberate' attack in Canada
Police say four members of a Canadian Muslim family were killed after the driver of a pick-up truck deliberately mounted the pavement in London on Sunday.
Statue of Residential Schools architect toppled by protesters in Toronto
The statue of Egerton Ryerson, commonly known as the architect of the Indian Residential Schools in Canada, was toppled after a protest in Toronto.
Remains of 215 children found at Canadian Indigenous school
The school was one of 139 such institutions set up in the country in the late 19th century in which First Nations, Métis and Inuit children were forcibly conscripted.
Canada rules Iran's downing of civilian plane was 'terrorist act'
More than 170 people including Swedes, Britons and Germans were killed when the Ukrainian Airlines plane was shot down over Tehran last January.
At 1.6 billion years old, this is the oldest water in the world
What could the discovery of the oldest water in the world tell us about life on other planets?
Yukon is the perfect road trip for a break from society
Need a break from society? With more moose than people, Yukon is for you.
Surveillance video released as Ontario police search for car thieves
Police in London, Ontario, are asking for help to track down two people involved in a car theft.
‘Dark vessels’ are being tracked from space to stop illegal fishing
Satellite technology is being brought in to help combat problems with unregulated fishing in coastal nations.
Canada's Ontario to go into province-wide lockdown after Christmas
Health officials in Canada's most populous province have criticised politicians for what they see as prioritising the economy by delaying the lockdown until December 26.
Fire and ice: Geothermal energy's world-saving potential
A thermal revolution is taking place in a remote northern alliance in Canada.
Canadian Muslim community offers flowers to pedestrians in Toronto
Members of Toronto's Muslim community gathered in front of the French consulate building to offer flowers to pedestrians.
Sword-wielding man arrested after two die in Quebec stabbings
Police said five victims have been transported to a hospital, however, there was no immediate word on their conditions.
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