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This marine biologist is cycling solo from Mexico to Whistler

This marine biologist is cycling solo from Mexico to Whistler

Annie Ford is on a solo cycling journey, weaving through mountains and coast lines for more than 3,000 kilometres.
Indian mother delivers baby on boat as her river island is inundated by floodwaters

Indian mother delivers baby on boat as her river island is inundated by floodwaters

MORIGAON, India (AP) — A blue tarp covered a mother and her newborn daughter from the incessant rain on their boat journey.
B.C.'s drought: Forests at risk from drought, but climate change isn't the only culprit

B.C.'s drought: Forests at risk from drought, but climate change isn't the only culprit

Drought can also be exacerbated by land use, forest-management decisions and urbanization, says a forestry professor.
Chefs mourn for B.C.'s peaches but adapt to stone fruit wipeout

Chefs mourn for B.C.'s peaches but adapt to stone fruit wipeout

VANCOUVER — Chef Gus Stieffenhofer-Brandson says that when it comes to a fat B.C. peach, there are "endless possibilities" for a fruit that signifies summer.
Hurricane Beryl roars by Jamaica after killing at least 7 people in the southeast Caribbean

Hurricane Beryl roars by Jamaica after killing at least 7 people in the southeast Caribbean

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Hurricane Beryl was roaring by Jamaica Wednesday, bringing fierce winds and heavy rain after the powerful Category 4 storm earlier killed at least seven people and caused significant damage in the southeast Caribbean . The U.
B.C. told to brace for heat wave as forecast shows 40 degrees C for Kamloops

B.C. told to brace for heat wave as forecast shows 40 degrees C for Kamloops

VICTORIA — British Columbia residents are being told to brace for a coming heat wave that could send temperatures into the high 30s and beyond, with the government reminding people to check in on their neighbours.
Worsening floods and deterioration pose threats to US dam safety

Worsening floods and deterioration pose threats to US dam safety

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Early last week, floodwater in rural Minnesota pushed debris against a more than century-old dam and then carved a path around it , eroding so much of the riverbank that most of a house fell into the river.
B.C.'s drought: Trees need extra care to survive longer-lasting droughts

B.C.'s drought: Trees need extra care to survive longer-lasting droughts

In Saanich, new trees used to be watered for up to five years. Now, it’s closer to seven.
Metro Vancouver weather: Is the first summer heat wave coming?

Metro Vancouver weather: Is the first summer heat wave coming?

Temperatures hitting the low 30s are expected and they may stick around for a while.
Hurricane season 2024 is here. Here's how to stay prepared

Hurricane season 2024 is here. Here's how to stay prepared

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.