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Climate Change

Canada is seeing the effects of climate change from coast to coast to coast. The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else on the planet. The prairies are seeing unprecedented floods and droughts. The east coast is getting hit by stronger winter storms than ever. And it seems like B.C. is always on fire.

The issue of how to deal with a changing climate in Canada is a controversial one, with various levels of government — municipal, provincial and federal — taking different approaches.

The Narwhal tracks government commitments to climate change and separates the wheat from the chaff.

Canada just pledged to tackle environmental racism. What does that mean?

Ingrid Waldron wrote a book about how pollution, contamination and other environmental ills in Canada affect Indigenous, Black and racialized communities more than others. Along...

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