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With all the other financial and political pressures, predictions are that food costs could spike higher than they did in 2015.
Delegates from 195 countries at the UN climate talks in Paris finally came to an agreement with a much celebrated climate-change pact.
The Paris tragedy has thrown a sharper spotlight on two of PM Justin Trudeau’s election campaign promises.
Justin Trudeau will taking his change message to Paris with the intent to re-set Canada’s commitment to mitigate climate change.
Almost six months later, Canadian Forces veteran Paul Nichols, Terry, and their support team have finally ridden close to 10,000 kilometres.
For all the survivors, the traumatic experience is a life changer.
Canadians clearly voted for change, so much so that Liberal red swept across the country from coast to coast.
The party that forms the next government Monday will need to get its act together fast for attendance at the UN Climate Change Conference
With just 10 days to go in this forever election campaign, the tight race has tightened
Apparently there has been a pretty interesting shift in dynamics as to who people would vote for if the election was held now.
Federal fisheries were warning about record ocean and river temperatures and lower water levels giving a double whammy to B.C. salmon.
As this intensely hot, dry summer drags on, the impact is starting to be felt sharply and in strange ways among farmers.
It’s been three years since seven health ministry workers were wrongfully fired and we’re still waiting for a public inquiry
Record breaking temperatures continued to be set in July and as at July 22, there have been 11 days with temperatures in excess of 30C.
When New Horizons phoned home at 5:52 p.m. PDT Tuesday to announce its arrival and start sending data, standing ovations broke out
The threat to human health from climate change could undermine the last 50 years of gains in development and global health.
Today, Canadians waste $31 billion worth of food every year. That’s about 30 per cent to 40 per cent of all food produced.
As we head into a scorcher of a weekend, climate scientists are warning that 2015 could be the warmest year globally on record.
If the health minister genuinely wanted clinical scientific evidence and safety reviews to assess medical marijuana, she could get it.
Without sound, peer-reviewed science, evidence-based policy decisions for the benefit of Canadians can’t be made.