A photojournalist and a documentary filmmaker have been released by a B.C. Supreme Court judge, three days after being arrested while covering the RCMP's enforcement of an injunction against pipeline protests in northern British Columbia.
The throne speech is expected to be short and contain no surprises, recapping themes laid out in the Liberal platform during the recent federal election campaign, which produced a second, consecutive Liberal minority.
The Ontario government is ignoring the public's right to consultation on environmentally significant decisions as it allows companies off the hook for pollution costs and harm to at-risk species, according to a new set of environmental audits.
A team of students at the University of Toronto are among the 23 groups sharing a US$5-million prize for developing carbon removal technology, part of an ongoing $100-million prize funded by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
On the first day of Parliament’s new sitting, some of Canada’s federal opposition parties are calling for an emergency debate to tackle the flooding in British Columbia as another atmospheric river is expected to batter the province in the coming days.
A number of sites of exceptional biodiversity — well-known to the region's First Nations but previously undocumented by science — have been identified along B.C.'s central coast and should be protected, a joint study suggests.