B.C. wildfires burned large areas affected by mountain pine beetles, experts say

Clearing or burning beetle ravaged forests may be costly but could mitigate against the kind of massive wildfires that have been seen in British

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South Africa – Calitzdorp

Calitzdorp is a town on the Western side of the Little or Klein Karoo in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and lies

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As cost rises, support falls for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, survey finds

Support for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion across Canada has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly two years, according to a new survey

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Search suspended for missing snowmobiler on northern B.C. mountain

Chetwynd RCMP say the search for a missing snowmobiler from Fort St. John has been scaled back after coordinated efforts involving search and rescue volunteers

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Monster In The Desert

Sometimes marginal severe weather days produce great results; especially when there’s the chance of upslope flow. This was the case with this dying shelf

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Trans Mountain pipeline project’s opponents to ramp up protests in B.C.

Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion say they will do whatever it takes to stop the project after suffering a devastating legal blow

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One step forward, another one back: What the Trans Mountain ruling means for Trudeau

In sports, you win some and you lose some. In politics, it’s possible to win and lose at the same time. Take, for example, yesterday’s

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Federal court dismisses Indigenous challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

The Federal Court of Appeal says the government’s decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion a second time is reasonable and will stand.

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Opposition to Trans Mountain pipeline expansion spikes 11 percentage points, survey suggests

A new poll suggests that an increasing number of Canadians are opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The Angus Reid Institute poll found

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Families of CP Rail workers killed in B.C. mountain crash demand investigation be reopened

When a two-kilometre grain train ran away downhill, smashing into a B.C. mountainside last February and killing three crew, Transportation Safety Board officials quickly

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