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In 2011, I travelled with my family down Yukon's Hart River.
The battle lines are drawn — in some cases literally.
Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna had her mind blown recently.
Neskantaga First Nation in Ontario has had to boil water since 1995.
Van der Wiel points out that mild weather isn’t necessarily good, as it can also create negative conditions.
Since the 1950s, almost everything about work in the developed world has changed dramatically.
For decades, scientists have warned that we’re on a dangerous path.
If you fly over a forest and look down, you’ll see every green tree and plant reaching to absorb the ultimate energy source: sunlight.
How much stuff will you give and receive this holiday season?
When government biologists in Canada want to learn where caribou are, they put radio-tracking collars on some animals
Fishing is as emblematic to Canada as ice hockey. It’s also a way of life with a long tradition in coastal Indigenous communities.
But global warming isn’t going to pause for four years. It’s going to accelerate. Do we give up?
Clean air, water and soil to grow food are necessities of life. So are diverse plant and animal populations.
In July, a pipeline leak near Maidstone, Saskatchewan, spilled about 250,000 litres of diluted bitumen into the North Saskatchewan River
Considering the magnitude of the threat, you’d think global warming would merit an entire debate between the two contenders for president
About four million Canadians — including more than a million children — lack food security
I’ve often thought politicians inhabit a parallel universe.
Life evolved to live within limits. It’s a delicate balance. Humans need oxygen, but too much can kill us.
Salmon have been swimming in Pacific Northwest waters for at least seven million years
Within ecosystems, species diversity provides greater flexibility to adjust to disturbances.