The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society wants the federal government to pay more attention to protecting the country’s biodiversity — a goal it says dovetails with existing efforts to combat climate change. “It’s kind of a double whammy,” said Florence Daviet with CPAWS, who was the lead author of a reportRead More →

The Peaks to Prairies electric vehicle charging network is taking shape as Canmore, Alta. plugs in the first of 20 planned charger sites. The charging network is a regional approach to building EV infrastructure across southern Alberta with a partnership between different cities and economic development groups. The network will connect southern Alberta alongRead More →

Brian Keating, The Homestretch‘s naturalist, says the South Georgia Island archipelago near Antarctica is once again a haven for birds after a program to kill the rats that were accidentally brought there by whaling expeditions almost 250 years ago. “As of last year, they declared South Georgia rat-free. It tookRead More →

A lawyer and political activist is accusing UCP Leader Jason Kenney of claiming his primary residence was in Calgary while living in Ottawa, an allegation Kenney disputes. Lawyer Kyle Morrow provided CBC News with emailed copies of documents including expenditure reports and land title certificates, as well as parliamentary flight records while KenneyRead More →