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Whether it’s organizing fundraisers or volunteering as a Big Sister, Kathryn’s passion for community-building is...


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The controversial and over-budget two-year probe, which has been criticized as a politically charged effort...

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Research shows getting tough on methane could reduce warming by 0.3 C

If governments, including Canada’s, are serious about preventing global temperatures from rising more than 1.5...

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What the International Energy Agency’s path to net-zero means for Canada’s oil and gas industry

Looking at different policy scenarios around climate change, agency report lays out path for holding...

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Hospital vs. headwaters: Ontario’s Durham Region battles over the future of Carruthers Creek

Pickering wants to build a hospital that could increase flood risk downstream in Ajax, on...


Why tensions are escalating on Wet’suwet’en territory over the Coastal GasLink pipeline

After TC Energy cleared an archaeological site, armed with permits issued by the province, Gidimt’en...


Meet Emma McIntosh, The Narwhal’s new Ontario reporter

Investigations are what drew her to journalism and now Emma McIntosh has the Greenbelt and...


The race to rescue Haida Gwaii’s stads k’un from extinction

With just 50 or so remaining, these forest-dwelling hawks are one of the most endangered...


Does Canada still need a Green Party?

For decades, the Green Party has pushed Canada’s environmental conversation forward. But the first federal...


Peatlands can fight natural disasters and the climate crisis. Canada needs to stop taking them for granted

Canada has more pristine peatland than any other country but is far behind the rest...

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Lytton residents frustrated as TSB shuts down investigation into fire

Recent report finds no evidence train started wildfire, exonerating CP and CN

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