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Your Morning Start for Monday, Oct. 25
Canada has doubled its financial commitments to climate financing and raised its emissions-reductions targets
Scientists are making an end run around an industry that has vastly prioritized rich countries over poor
Three-time world champ Ina Forrest of Spallumcheen scores wins over Switzerland and host China Sunday, Oct. 24
The teams will meet again in Hartford, Connecticut, on Monday night
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21 new calves spotted in Salish Sea so far this year in whale baby boom
14 years of sales data analyzed to reveal top 10 treats for trick-or-treaters
The theme for this year is ‘25 Years of the Pride Movement - The Work is Not Done’
Because ALL Children Matter was launched in 2019
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Experts are baffled that such a tragic incident could have taken place on a film set
Court records indicate that an assistant director grabbed a prop gun off a cart and handed it to Alec Baldwin
Precautions are important, especially in snowy and mountainous areas
Summerland Library branch to host afternoon of Halloween-themed fireside tales
A little TLC can extend the life of many of these items, and when all else fails, recycling is free
Why braiding traditional ecological knowledge with Western science is so important – and how ECO Canada’s BEAHR program is helping
In Canada’s rapidly evolving environmental sector, the wealth of knowledge that Indigenous…