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Brush, grass fire spike sparks City of Richmond warning to residents

Brush, grass fire spike sparks City of Richmond warning to residents

As the extended hot weather spell continues, about a dozen grass and brush fires have been reported in Richmond over the past week
Boy who died from asthma amid wildfire smoke is 'face of climate crisis,' doctor says

Boy who died from asthma amid wildfire smoke is 'face of climate crisis,' doctor says

The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment says a nine-year-old B.C. boy who died from asthma exacerbated by wildfire smoke is the face of the climate crisis in Canada.
Charged up: report says Canada's looming power problem is massive, not insurmountable

Charged up: report says Canada's looming power problem is massive, not insurmountable

Canada must build more electricity generation in the next 25 years than it has over the last century in order to support a net-zero emissions economy by 2050, according to a new report from the Public Policy Forum.
No hidden cameras found at B.C. Airbnb, say police

No hidden cameras found at B.C. Airbnb, say police

The Airbnb host was reinstated following the police investigation.
Outdoor movie night returns to South Arm pool

Outdoor movie night returns to South Arm pool

A family-friendly outdoor event for movie lovers.
No compensation after strata gate hits B.C. man's boat

No compensation after strata gate hits B.C. man's boat

Jason Archondous was using his truck to tow his boat and trailer through a Chilliwack strata parking gate.
Opinion: Increasing monopoly power poses a threat to Canada's post-pandemic economic recovery

Opinion: Increasing monopoly power poses a threat to Canada's post-pandemic economic recovery

As Canada embarks on its post-pandemic economic recovery, policymakers must ensure economic resilience and inclusiveness while preventing existing monopoly issues from worsening.
She planted more than 4,500 trees in a day and found an audience of millions

She planted more than 4,500 trees in a day and found an audience of millions

To plant more than 4,500 trees in one day, you don't move like a gardener, you move like a machine. In a video viewed millions of times on social media, Leslie Dart walks across a desolate and burnt landscape in Saskatchewan.
BC Coroner issues safety alert over wildfire smoke after child's death

BC Coroner issues safety alert over wildfire smoke after child's death

British Columbia's coroner has issued a public safety bulletin about wildfire smoke, saying the death of a nine-year-old boy had been "confirmed by his parents" to have been related to a medical condition aggravated by the smoke.
Opinion: How collaboration can help tackle Canada's escalating wildfire threat

Opinion: How collaboration can help tackle Canada's escalating wildfire threat

Effective collaboration may be a key to minimizing impacts of the growing wildfire season in Canada.