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B.C.'s fruit production drops amid climate and market pressures

B.C.'s fruit production drops amid climate and market pressures

In B.C., grapes and blueberries took the biggest hits as extreme heat and cold impacted crops.
Swings in winter temperature disrupting B.C. bird life, say rehab groups

Swings in winter temperature disrupting B.C. bird life, say rehab groups

After a winter of temperature swings, reports of birds breeding at least a month earlier than normal has one wildlife rehabilitation centre concerned.
75% of Vancouver-area residents without AC face dangerous temperatures, report finds

75% of Vancouver-area residents without AC face dangerous temperatures, report finds

The region will experience extreme heat waves like the one in 2021 every five to 10 years by 2040, according to scientific research.
10 dog breeds that love the winter

10 dog breeds that love the winter

This gallery features many dogs with thick coats who originated from places like the Swiss Alps and the Himalayan Mountains.
Climate change drove 'unusual' spike in Canada's temperatures, study finds

Climate change drove 'unusual' spike in Canada's temperatures, study finds

Analysis finds climate change drove hot December temperatures across Canada. Some worry trend could threaten wildlife and spark another record wildfire season.
Iconic B.C. ski resort will face existential threat from climate change, says scientist

Iconic B.C. ski resort will face existential threat from climate change, says scientist

The future impacts of climate change on Whistler Blackcomb could be disastrous, with the 2023-24 season a sign of things to come, says one climatologist.
Snowfall warning issued across Prince George region

Snowfall warning issued across Prince George region

Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Prince George region, running along Highway 16 from Fraser Lake to the Alberta border, including Fort St. James and Quesnel.
What a buzzkill: Early-ending winters disrupt bumblebee slumber

What a buzzkill: Early-ending winters disrupt bumblebee slumber

Seventy-two per cent of native bumblebee species in North America are cutting their winter hibernation short by timing their emergence to earlier spring onsets.
Watch: Ferry car deck floods during 'rough seas' in Strait of Juan de Fuca

Watch: Ferry car deck floods during 'rough seas' in Strait of Juan de Fuca

The damage was minimal, according to staff.
Feeling the winter blues? Here are some reasons why

Feeling the winter blues? Here are some reasons why

During the winter, many people get less physical activity and exercise due to the frigid conditions. Exercise can help to improve one's overall well-being and mood.