1. Response to Lytton wildfires reviewed by B.C. auditor general

    British Columbia's auditor general says his office is doing a review of the province's response to the 2021 wildfire that devastated the community of Lytton, B.C. Michael Pickup says in a video statement that the report will focus on the B.C. government's roles and responsibilitie
  2. Smiles and laughter as a Nation rebuilds

    By Matteo Cimellaro In Skwlāx te Secwepemcúl̓ecw First Nation, where last summer fires in B.C. destroyed homes and buildings, elders are smiling and laughing again. That’s what stood out most for Kukpi7 (Chief) James Tomma following a ribbon-cutting ceremony for this community las
  3. Dozens of temperature records shattered across B.C. Saturday

    Balmy weather across much of British Columbia helped set dozens of new temperature records across the province on Saturday. Environment Canada says a ridge of high pressure brought warm temperatures to the province this weekend, with above-normal conditions forecast to continue in
  4. Confessions of a Canadian climate refugee

    By Gary Symons When people hear the term "climate refugee," most think of huddled masses from impoverished countries driven from their homes by drought and famine. But there are also climate refugees in wealthy countries like Canada. I know because I’m one of them. Before I left my
  5. Activists occupy Chrystia Freeland’s office to shine spotlight on backsliding climate commitments

    By John Woodside Greenpeace Canada activists occupied Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s office on Thursday morning and two are now fined for trespassing, the group said. One of those fined is Keith Stewart, Greenpeace Canada’s senior energy strategist. In a phone interview, he t
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