May 13, 2023

Western Canada: Heat dome could worsen flood risk in B.C., fuel fires in Alberta

The fires in Alberta have posed a particularly awkward dilemma for a campaigning Danielle Smith
May 13, 2023

Great Reads: The price of chocolate, Drake-scented candles and a new prescription

In this issue, a journey into the darker corners of the cocoa industry; the inner-workings of celebrity candles; a prescription for nature
May 13, 2023

Albertans advised to watch for symptoms of smoke inhalation, as wildfires worsen air quality

Weather and health specialists are advising Albertans to remain vigilant for the health impacts of wildfire smoke, as fires throughout the province affect local air quality.
May 13, 2023

Fierce, early fire season in Alberta forces Danielle Smith into premier mode

Normally, candidates step away from policy during campaign season, but out-of-control blazes are making this election anything but normal
May 13, 2023

Mark Saunders should see how Amsterdam has broken the tyranny of the automobile

Toronto’s war on bikes looks silly looking around the world, where big cities have been building out their bike networks
May 13, 2023

Astronomers discover record-breaking 62 moons around Saturn

The Canadian-led team spotted a majority of the moons for the first time in data gathered by the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope in 2019 and 2020
May 13, 2023

Stars descend on Newfoundland for filming of Apple TV's Severance

Despite the best effort to keep it a secret, the locals in Bonavista know a lot about the TV show being filmed in their backyard. And they're very excited to talk about it.
May 13, 2023

The overbudget Trans Mountain pipeline project is carrying $23B in debt — and needs to borrow more

The overbudget Trans Mountain expansion owes its lenders at least $23 billion, and it's looking to take on more private debt as the federal government shuts its wallet and construction costs skyrocket.
May 13, 2023

Trudeau schooled on the North's pressing infrastructure needs during first trip to remote community

Inuit leaders had frank conversations with the prime minister and federal cabinet ministers on Friday about the urgent need to address a lack of housing and other basic infrastructure across Inuit homelands. 
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