The harvest moon will shine in the night sky tonight, 2 days before the...

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Much to the delight of lunaphiles everywhere, tonight heralds the viewing of September's full moon--a harvest moon. The harvest moon, as it is known, traditionally...

Warmer-than-normal fall expected across much of the country

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Don't store away those cutoffs and sandals just yet; The Weather Network says there are still warm days to come this year. The network says...

International Freshwater Scientists Highlight Effects of Changing Climates on Inland Lakes

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by Dr. Ashley Moerke Sault Ste. Marie, MI —  People depend on lakes for many ecosystem services such as water, food, transportation, and recreation, but...

Tornado watch issued for Sault area – Lake Superior Prov. Park to St. Joseph...

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Conditions are favourable for the development of tornados until early tomorrow morning according to environment Canada. Hail, strong winds and potentially life threatening situations could...

Watershed Condition Status – Flood Outlook

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Issued August 26, 2021 @ 4:00 pm The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority is issuing a flood outlook statement for the area residents regarding...

Tornado that hit Barrie caused $75 million in insured damages: Insurance Bureau

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada says initial estimates indicate the tornadoes that hit Barrie, Ont., and other communities last month caused $75 million in...

Drought in northern Ontario leaves farmers with dry creeks, livestock feed shortage

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Peggy Brekveld has owned a dairy farm with her husband in Thunder Bay, Ont., for nearly three decades and says she's never seen a...
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Algoma Power says outages persist east of Sault Ste. Marie

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If you know anyone who is a customer of Algoma Power and they live on St. Joe’s Island or east of the city in...

Was It a Tornado That Hit St.Joseph Island?

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A strong line of severe thunderstorms that rolled into the area around 3:30pm Wednesday may have produced a tornado that hit parts of St....

More new wildfires expected in northwestern Ontario, total of 109 active

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DRYDEN, Ont. — Provincial officials say they expect more wildfires to start burning in northwestern Ontario due to recent lightning and the intensity of...