THE CANADIAN PRESS

Parts of Alberta are experiencing cooler temperatures and even light rain as the province remains under a state of emergency while dozens of wildfires continue raging. The government is warning, however, that a return to hot and dry conditions is expected and that fires can reignite even after several days […]

By Tyler Griffin
THE CANADIAN PRESS

Canada’s electronic waste more than tripled in the last two decades and is expected to keep increasing, a new study indicates, with researchers urging better e-waste management to reduce environmental harm and bring economic rewards. Researchers from the University of Waterloo conducted what they called a comprehensive estimate of e-waste […]

By Morgan Lowrie
THE CANADIAN PRESS

LONDON – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said King Charles is deeply aligned with the fundamental priorities of Canadians on reconciliation and the environment. Trudeau made the comments while speaking with reporters in London, a day after he attended the King’s coronation at Westminster Abbey. Trudeau said he has known Charles […]

By Mia Rabson and Stephanie Taylor
THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA – Canada’s intelligence agencies must immediately inform MPs of any threats against them, regardless of whether those threats are considered credible, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday. Trudeau told reporters that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service,the country’s national spy agency, never shared information it received about threats against Conservative […]