Nearly every nation is coming up short — most of them far short — in their efforts to fight climate change, and the world is unlikely to hold warming to the internationally agreed-upon limit, according to a new scientific report.
A British Columbia forestry company appeared in court Tuesday to apply for a one-year extension of an injunction against ongoing protests over logging of old-growth trees in a remote area of southern Vancouver Island.
Two of the NDP’s youngest candidates are learning the ropes in Toronto ridings where incumbent politicians seem secure, allowing them to explore the mechanics of electioneering and party politics in their first campaigns.
Two police officers escorted Faye Doiron and Randy Longaphie as they left Toronto General Hospital on Monday, September 13, 2021, helping the pair make their way through a crowd of protesters denouncing pandemic measures.
The time is now for Canada to invest in retraining to help workers affected by the transition to a greener economy, former Bank of Canada and Bank of England governor Mark Carney said on Monday, September 13, 2021.