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Montreal Amphi-bus problem free
Transport Canada has halted all operations of Amphibus-Lady Dive Inc., the Ottawa company that ran the Lady Duck. But amphibious tour boats elsewhere in the country are not affected by the Transport Canada decision.
Slide of north Greenland glacier quickens, raising sea levels
A glacier in northeast Greenland with enough ice to raise world ocean levels by 50 cms (20 inches) has begun to slide faster toward the sea, extending ice losses to all corners of the vast remote island, a study showed on Thursday. Warmer water temperatur
Temperatures in 2015 on track to be record 1 degree C hotter
This year is on track to be a record 1 degree Celsius hotter than the average temperature during the late 19th century, marking a symbolic milestone in the global warming that scientists blame on human activities, Britain's weather service said Monday.
Hot weather is now affecting Belgian beer too
One of the most renowned Belgian beer brewers said Friday it is a victim of climate change because increasingly high temperatures have shortened the brewing season by about a month compared with the 1950s.
Vancouver's Still Creek sees salmon for fourth year running
Biologists are feeling "pretty excited" about the potential to return city landscapes to their natural states. Still Creek runs through some of Vancouver and Burnaby's most industrialized areas. Chum salmon hadn't swam their way through there for 80 years
Persian Gulf may become too hot for humans, study suggests
A new study published in Nature Climate Change suggests that unless CO2 emissions drop below their current pace, parts of the Persian Gulf will hit temperatures too hot for humans. Following is a look at the study, and why some of the hottest places on Ea
Kokanee spawning in record numbers in Okanagan Lake
It's a natural wonder to behold — thousands of red fish spawning along the rocky shores of Okanagan Lake. Howie Wright, a fish biologist with the Okanagan Nation Alliance, says fish counters haven't seen this many shore spawning kokanee since the 1970's.
Should we fear The Blob'
The nickname for a mass of warm water that’s been sitting off the west coast of North America for two years may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but “The Blob” is very real for the people of this northern B.C. archipelago who make their living
New Concern Over Quakes in Oklahoma Near a Hub of U.S. Oil
A sharp earthquake in central Oklahoma last weekend has raised fresh concern about the security of a vast crude oil storage complex, close to the quake’s center, that sits at the crossroads of the nation’s oil pipeline network.
The magnitude 4.5 quake
Wildlife Rescue Association staff and volunteers will spend their long weekend bathing and rehabilitating 14 ducks they rescued from a contaminated South Surrey pond.
Solar & Wind Reach a Big Renewables Turning Point : BNEF
Wind power is now the cheapest electricity to produce in both Germany and the U.K., even without government subsidies, according to a new analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). It's the first time that threshold has been crossed by a G7 economy.
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