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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Fredericton’s beloved ‘broccoli tree’ in Odell Park to be removed

The city of Fredericton has decided to cut down a popular white pine tree in Fredericton's Odell Park that was badly damaged in a...

Satellite images show massive Sahara desert dust plume drifting toward United...

A dust plume from the Sahara Desert is making its way across the globe to the southern United States, and it's so big it...

Northeast communities appeal for emergency storm funding

A group of northeast Calgary communities hammered by extreme hail and flood damage is appealing to Premier Jason Kenney for help in recovering from...

COVID-19 marks first Manitoba-wide state of emergency on record

Past wars, floods and illnesses have caused states of emergency in Manitoba, but the state of emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic appears to...

Coronavirus: Is the pandemic contributing to a slower Alberta wildfire season?

With Albertans staying at home for much of the spring, laying low to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19, the province's wildfire season has...

Blue-green algae posing risk to public, pets in New Brunswick as...

The government of New Brunswick is reminding the public this summer about blue-green algae that cause potential problems for people, as well as for...

Global warming: University of Regina study shows high toxic algae levels...

New research by scientists at the University of Regina’s Institute of Environmental Change and Society shows that global warming is increasing levels of toxic...

Mysterious mass fish die-off observed in Missisquoi Bay

Observers have been alarmed in recent days by hundreds of dead fish washing up on the shores of Missisquoi Bay in the Eastern Townships,...

Streak of hot weather and dry forests force closure of Crown...

New Brunswick forests are so dry, the province has closed all Crown land to industrial operations and recreational activities, with the exception of provincial parks. "Our...

Fire activity in B.C.’s Southern Interior down considerably compared to last...

Fire activity is down considerably in British Columbia so far this season compared to this time last year. There are currently no active fires anywhere...

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