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Scorching summer temperatures not necessarily linked to climate change: expert

The heat in BC has led to 11 wildfires, but it's not abnormal weather, says an expert.

Inside the turbulent Guatemalan movement against Canadian mining

Two loud pops crack open the sky. Tires squeal, heads turn, people duck for cover.

Announcing candidacy, NPA mayoral hopeful Kirk LaPointe promises more transparency at City Hall

NPA candidate promises more transparency and says his party isn't the party of "angry old white men" that Mayor Gregor Robertson called it.

CNRL's 'uncontrollable' bitumen spill in Alberta may have been caused by business as usual

The 12,000 barrel bitumen leak could have been caused by the company's own steaming practices.

Gitxaala Nation to challenge Enbridge Northern Gateway approval in court

“We played by Canada’s rules,” said Gitxaala Acting Chief Clarence Innis. “But all of our concerns were ignored by both the JRP and Cabinet."

B.C. losing global LNG race to other countries, warn energy experts

Is B.C.'s LNG industry facing oblivion? Energy economists say province acting too slowly in global race to supply Asia with fossil fuels.

Ex-BC Lottery CEO in conflict of interest by taking private gaming-related job, Vancouver Not Vegas charges

“It’s a gross violation of ethics and integrity by a senior executive at the top level in a Crown corporation.”

LNG terminals could collapse B.C. wild salmon run: SFU scientists

New science shows that Pacific Northwest LNG and Prince Rupert LNG are smack dab in the most sensitive spot for millions of Skeena salmon, treasured by fisheries, anglers and First Nations

BBC tells reporters to stop giving air time to climate change deniers

Not long after comedian John Oliver's famous skit about climate change and Bill Nye, the BBC instructs reporters to stop creating "false balance" on coverage of the issue.

Federal legislation allowing sale of sex will pass constitutional test, Justice Minister says

"We believe that the likelihood it will be challenged is very real," Justice Minister Peter McKay said.