In a season of daunting wildfires and flooding, the Biden administration is taking an initial step to assess how climate change could harm financial markets — planning to launch on Tuesday, August 31, 2021, a 75-day comment period on how the impacts could reshape the insurance sector.
It is imperative that educational institutions, including the University of Victoria, join schools across Canada that have committed to fossil fuel divestment, write University of Victoria students Hailey Chutter, Robin Pollard and Emma-Jane Burian.
Justin Trudeau's political opponents took aim at him on the campaign trail on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, over the cost of living, facing broadsides from Conservatives for the decade-high pace of price growth and the NDP for high housing prices.
The manager of fire operations for British Columbia's wildfire service says rain and cooler temperatures have taken an edge off some of the most aggressive blazes among more than 260 burning across the province.
Hundreds of firefighters backed by water-dropping flames were battling a large forest fire burning for the second day on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, that has led to the evacuation of a care home and several villages northwest of Athens.
The younger voters in Canada’s Sept. 20 election have particular needs they want addressed, not least a livable wage on an inhabitable planet, but the broader COVID-19 spending debate may eclipse them.