Logan, who is a graduate of the Langara Journalism program, spent the last year working as a staff reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News on Vancouver Island where she wrote a series highlighting the lack of a cold-weather shelter in the area, while also covering municipal and breaking news for the paper. Prior to that, she contributed to an investigation into inauthentic Indigenous art sold in Vancouver's souvenir shops with The Discourse.
Released July 7 by the World Weather Attribution network, a group of scientists from universities across the globe, a new study finds that the unprecedented heat in Western Canada and other parts of the Pacific Northwest wouldn’t have been possible without human-caused climate change.
Communities along the $2.9-billion Champlain Hudson Power Express will be able to apply for financial assistance for job-training programs along with other non-traditional supports like daycare, transportation and retrofits for low-income households.
A new report from international environmental organizations in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment found the full breadth of health impacts haven’t been adequately studied or prepared for.
The groups say the bill, known as the Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act, may not be perfect, but it can be improved on in the future. Stalling it would be much worse for Canada’s climate plan, they say in a letter.