September 6, 2022

B.C. crews keep close watch on wildfire east of Vancouver as another delays school in northeast

The lightning-caused fire is burning south of Highway 3 in E.C. Manning Park, roughly five kilometres southwest of the Manning Park Resort
September 6, 2022

Manhunt enters third day with suspect in Saskatchewan mass stabbing still at large

Around the province, flags flew at half-mast and will remain so for at least the week to come, with each day marking one of the victims
September 6, 2022

Globe Climate: Mercury in the Arctic puts Indigenous communities, wildlife at risk

Also inside: More on catastrophic flooding in Pakistan, and insight from a B.C. fire-behaviour specialist
September 6, 2022

Make overdose education mandatory in B.C. schools amid drug emergency, advocates say

B.C. advocates say high school students must learn about what an overdose looks like and how to use naloxone
September 6, 2022

Northern Alberta First Nation suing province over cumulative environmental effects

A northern Alberta First Nation has filed what experts say is the province's first lawsuit claiming cumulative effects from industry, agriculture and settlement are so pervasive, they violate the band's treaty rights.
September 6, 2022

Interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says she's not running in next election

Interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says she won't be running in the next federal election, but will stay on as an MP after a new leader is selected this weekend.
September 6, 2022

Mountie’s testimony before the N.S. mass shooting inquiry won’t be broadcast

The video or audio testimony of an RCMP officer once described as a ‘friend’ of the N.S. gunman will not be available on the livestream
September 6, 2022

First Nation suing Alberta government over cumulative environmental effects

A First Nation in Alberta is suing the province for activities allegedly causing band members to live their way of life with great difficulty
September 6, 2022

Fire-behaviour specialists in B.C. provide critical information to battling blazes

In B.C. and other provinces, fire-behaviour specialists work long days, monitoring multiple data points and providing information critical to battling wildfires
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