Inuit upset about Russian rocket splashdown in Arctic waters

An international Inuit group is angry they weren't informed that a rocket stage likely containing highly toxic fuel is set to splash down in...

Saskatchewan introduces law to allow control of oil, gas exports

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government has introduced legislation that would allow the province to control its oil and gas exports, similar to a bill...

Russian rocket stage with toxic fuel to fall in Canadian Arctic

Another Russian rocket stage likely to be holding highly toxic fuel is slated to splash down in an environmentally sensitive area of the Canadian...

Long Hot Summer in the cards?

At this time of year, a week of sunny and warm weather can make a big difference. It was just a week ago that...

Federal environment minister defends BP Canada’s plans to drill in N.S.

HALIFAX — Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna is defending BP Canada's plans to drill a deep-water exploration well roughly 330 kilometres off...

Trudeau ends three-country tour with his global reputation, alliances intact

LONDON — Justin Trudeau is heading home from a lengthy, three-country foreign tour in which the prime minister appeared to recapture his international mojo...

Canadian minister calls for G7 ‘naming and shaming’ on ocean overfishing

OTTAWA — Canada's fisheries minister wants the G7 to use military and other surveillance technology to name and shame countries that are conducting massive...

Melting Arctic sea ice may be behind endless winter: scientists

Scientists suggest that too much winter across broad stretches of Canada is the result of not enough of it in the Arctic. An increasingly accepted...

‘Leads to a mismatch:’ Climate change may be putting natural world out of synch

Mother Nature is losing her timing. A major study has concluded that the delicately choreographed interactions between species that keep food webs functioning are more...

Tories say pipeline impasse warrants House dropping everything to debate it

OTTAWA — The opposition Conservatives today will again ask for an emergency debate in the Commons on the Trans Mountain pipeline situation. It is second time...