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Metro Vancouver weather: Will Canada Day long weekend be hotter than normal?

Metro Vancouver weather: Will Canada Day long weekend be hotter than normal?

Do you have big long weekend plans?
Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

The oil and gas industry is taking a risk in its response to new greenwashing rules, communications experts say, but they add the opinions of Canadians are already so divided that the actions may have little effect.
Three-day heat wave in parts of Atlantic Canada shatters temperature records

Three-day heat wave in parts of Atlantic Canada shatters temperature records

FREDERICTON — Weather records were shattered during the three-day heat wave that rolled across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador this week.
Metro Vancouver fire: When will the air quality improve?

Metro Vancouver fire: When will the air quality improve?

A ridge of high pressure prevented smoke from clearing the area and is responsible for Friday's hot, humid temperatures.
Historic flooding in southern China kills 47, with more floods feared in coming days

Historic flooding in southern China kills 47, with more floods feared in coming days

BEIJING (AP) — At least 47 people have died as downpours in southern China’s Guangdong province caused historic flooding and slides, state media reported Friday, while authorities warned of more extreme weather ahead in other parts of the country.
As millions sweat out the heat wave, blocks of lake ice keep these campers cool

As millions sweat out the heat wave, blocks of lake ice keep these campers cool

SQUAM LAKE, N.H. (AP) — As New England baked in a heat wave Thursday, guests at one campground were keeping their food and beer cold with blocks of ice harvested months earlier from a frozen lake.
Opinion: Climate change is helping the H5N1 bird flu virus spread and evolve

Opinion: Climate change is helping the H5N1 bird flu virus spread and evolve

H5N1 is the latest evidence that climate change is altering how viruses spread and evolve. It is essential that global public health officials take these dynamics into account.
Editorial: Warmer weather brings heightened fire danger

Editorial: Warmer weather brings heightened fire danger

The forests surrounding us are drying out, providing the perfect fuel for a wildfire
Floodwaters inundate Minnesota towns while another storm transformed New Mexico village into a lake

Floodwaters inundate Minnesota towns while another storm transformed New Mexico village into a lake

COOK, Minn. (AP) — Several small-town tourist meccas in northern Minnesota have been inundated by floodwaters after a deluge of rain earlier this week, while another powerful storm turned a New Mexico village into a lake. In St.
Othello Tunnels set to open following severe flood damage

Othello Tunnels set to open following severe flood damage

A full reopening will take place in 2025.