CBC - Take 3 for Climate Justice
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Expert panel prioritizes Canada’s climate risks for federal government
Yes, climate change can be beaten by 2050. Here’s how.
CTV NEWS - Winnipeg Wastewater Event
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Why a carbon tax won’t cause a recession - Maclean's
The Left Thinks a 'Green New Deal' Could Save Earth and Destroy the GOP
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Climate change: Oceans 'soaking up more heat than estimated'
An Insurance Executive Explains Why We Need a Carbon Tax
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Ottawa extends funding for Experimental Lakes but reduces annual cash contribution
Lake Winnipeg Community Monitoring Releases Phosphorus Hotspot Data
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