Canada

November 24, 2022

Adaptation strategy to set targets to fight heat, floods, fires

Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair is scheduled to release the adaptation strategy, and a plan to carry it out, in PEI today
November 24, 2022

Morning Update: Attorney-General raised idea of invoking Emergencies Act in first week of protests

David Lametti said the Canadian Armed Forces might be ‘necessary’ to end the convoy protests
November 24, 2022

Toronto Tesla owners can now use self-driving mode downtown. But safety experts are worried

Tesla drivers can finally use the company’s Full Self-Driving software in downtown Toronto, but that's got some road safety advocates concerned.
November 24, 2022

Death of homeless man devastates front-line workers who tried to help

With the number of homeless people growing, and temperatures plunging, the death of a man in downtown Moncton early Tuesday is being blamed on a lack of emergency shelter and support.
November 24, 2022

Why some young Nova Scotians say they can't afford to stay in the province

Some young professionals and graduate students say they're being forced to leave the province they hoped to build a life in because rent is too expensive and they feel that owning a home is unattainable.
November 24, 2022

How 2 best friends donned officials' stripes and made N.L. hockey history

They learned the ropes together and now they're making history together. On Sunday, Clare Howie and Leah Rideout became the first women to officiate Junior B hockey in Newfoundland and Labrador.
November 24, 2022

For 36 years under Iran's oppressive regime, I lived a life that wasn't mine

For as long as she can remember, Atena Barforoushi has been fighting for the freedom to live her life as she wishes.
November 24, 2022

Fugitive cows in Quebec escape capture again and again

Cowboys from Saint-Tite were called in to catch a herd of about 20 cows who have been on the run since July, after escaping from their owner in Saint-Barnabé, Que.
November 24, 2022

Canada to unveil new climate adaptation strategy today with more than $1-billion commitment: sources

Canada's first climate adaptation strategy, to be unveiled today, will commit the federal government to new construction guidelines and standards in areas prone to flooding and wildfires.
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