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Ontario and Quebec governments sign deals on climate change, energy projects

TORONTO - Ontario and Quebec signed several agreements on Friday promising to co-operate on trade, climate change, energy projects and alcohol sales at a joint meeting of the two provinces' Liberal cabinets in Toronto....

posted: November 21,2014


Cda gives $300M to help small countries address climate change

OTTAWA - Canada will contribute another $300 million to the Green Climate Fund, which helps developing countries address climate change....

Prince Edward Island farmer fined $72,000 for pesticide runoff that killed fish

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - A Prince Edward Island farmer has been fined about $72,000 after pesticide runoffs from his land resulted in a large fish kill, Environment Canada says....

Declining deer population prompts Saskatchewan to shorten hunting season

REGINA - A declining white-tailed deer population has prompted the Saskatchewan government to shorten the hunting season by about two weeks....

Climate meeting falls short of $10 billion target to help poor countries tackle global warming

BERLIN - A U.N. fund that will help poor countries tackle climate change has fallen short, for now, of its target of collecting $10 billion, officials said Thursday....

Edmonton recycler fined for waste-water dump into North Saskatchewan River

EDMONTON - An Edmonton company has been fined for dumping industrial waste water into a storm sewer that flowed into the North Saskatchewan River....

Dune land to be protected near Deroche Pond along P.E.I.'s north shore

BLOOMING POINT, P.E.I. - The Nature Conservancy of Canada says it is protecting 30 hectares of land at Deroche Pond on Prince Edward Island's north shore....

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