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1 UW Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation shares residential basement flood prevention tips
2 Teens learn leadership skills at Camp Fire Central Oregon's Junior Counselor Program
3 Lytton mayor concerned wildfire incident will lead to higher home insurance rates
4 ‘I am concerned.’ B.C. wildfires could lead to higher home insurance rates
5 Fredericton leads Maritimes in flood preparedness, but it could do much better
6 Charlottetown scores low on flood prevention, says report
7 Contractors volunteer services to keep family safe, replacing bridge connecting Canso homestead to street
8 Most Canadian cities score poorly on flood preparedness – study
9 CFL draft profile: linebacker Bailey Feltmate, Acadia
10 U-W study says provinces slow to mitigate flood risk
11 Ticats officially sign eight 2020 CFL Draft picks
12 A couple hours of housework could save you thousands in flood damage
13 What historical insured catastrophe losses really mean
14 Opinion: In light of this summer's tragedies, Ottawa must show more urgency in adapting to climate change
15 Rethinking financial risk in the era of climate change
16 Opinion: How Ottawa's program for retrofitting homes showed what's missing from Canadian climate policy
17 'This is a wake-up call:' swift action needed on rising seas, experts say
18 The Orléans Star
19 University of Saskatchewan DB Nelson Lokombo performs brilliantly at pro day
20 Missing 14-year-old girl Brockville has been found
21 Provinces not doing enough to prepare for rising risk of flooding, report says
22 Climate change and poor planning are fuelling more floods. Here's what we can do about it
23 Home care worker Minus Downey's alleged fraud victim speaks out
24 How basement flood risk could rise with pandemic-induced municipal funding crunch
25 Don't drain the swamp: report says wetlands help avert flood damage
26 Blame climate change for record water levels in the Great Lakes: prof
27 On the trail: A passion for mountain biking
28 Climate change not one heat wave but a pattern of extremes: Waterloo scientist
29 Insurers warn government Canada's flood mapping must not take a decade
30 Residents of Moncton north neighbourhood fight traffic change
31 Updated flood plain maps will send the housing market underwater: Neil Macdonald
32 New federal panel will assess Canada's climate change readiness
33 Heat wave scorching Europe could become new normal for Canada, expert warns
34 Halifax cop accused of using police database to investigate his girlfriend's ex-husband
35 Ottawa welcomes president-elect Joe Biden as ally in climate fight
36 Riders select defensive back Nelson Lokombo second overall in the CFL Draft
37 B.C. and N.B. floods a warning of what's to come, climate change researchers say
38 How will Toronto weather the storms of climate change?
39 Paying some piddling carbon tax will do nothing to defend us from what lies ahead: Neil Macdonald
40 Good Natured
41 Populism, politics, climate change and Mozart: Livestream lecture series will cover them all
42 Climate change not one heat wave, but a pattern of extremes: scientist
43 The climate change transport truck about to rear-end Canada
44 How spending $250 could protect against a $43,000 flood in your basement
45 What an Oakville dispute tells us about flood risks for thousands of Canadian landowners
46 Mental health impacts for homeowners with flooded basements long after water recedes, says study
47 Looking to LRT extension, Ottawa businesses renew push for east-end federal offices
48 Insurers warn federal government Canada can't wait a decade to update flood maps
49 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Matt Gledhill, WR, Acadia University
50 Sarah Yetman | Obituaries
51 The best active pro football player from each Canadian province
52 There goes the neighbourhood
53 Ontario under water: The flooding crisis on First Nations reserves
54 Canada’s not ready for a future of massive storms
55 How a warming Arctic speeds up climate change — and spreads its damage
56 Flood insurance that isn't there when you need it
57 Moncton’s north end residents say connecting road could impact safety
58 No flood insurance without new maps, say CEOs
59 How to mitigate the effects of flood damage from climate change
60 Pet disappearances spark coyote concerns in rural N.S.
61 With spring around the corner, Canadian cities score an uninspiring C+ on flood preparedness
62 Essa Township teens charged after vehicle break-ins
63 Putting a dollar value on wetlands – RCI | English
64 GM says demand for trucks helped turn the tide for Oshawa plant
65 Study gives Canada a C for flood preparedness, up from C
66 University of Waterloo pledges more responsible investments to address climate change
67 Ferguson: Young players that could make an impact in a shortened season
68 Alberta gets C+ grade in national flood readiness report
69 Jarvis: 'We do not have the luxury of time'
70 'Where's that money going to come from': Insurers, government back away from disaster relief
71 Car sales keep sliding in Canada
72 As forest fires burn in Ontario, experts warn of long-term environmental impact
73 Hundreds rally for Black Lives Matter vigil in Halifax: ‘We stand in solidarity’
74 CFL Draft 2020: Draft grades for all nine teams
75 Facing the Change: Toronto grapples with the effects of extreme weather
76 Childhood dairy farming dream comes true — Farm Focus
77 Four arrested in Oakville crack bust
78 Canada sends two more groups of Canadians to Australia to help fight wildfires
79 A new idea to cover basement flooding losses
80 Climate-fuelled flooding is Canada's costliest and fastest-growing extreme-weather challenge, report says
81 Flooding, flooding everywhere – do Canadians have insurance for it?
82 Before the storm
83 One risk to your client if the neighbouring property is abandoned
84 O'Leary: Weighing the Ticats' options with the No. 1 pick
85 A long, complicated wait for normal in flood-struck New Brunswick
86 Flood costs in Canada could nearly triple by 2030 with no mitigation
87 Here’s how much a flooded basement will cost Canadian homeowners
88 The flooding and the damage done
89 New federally funded climate institute launches after demise of national roundtable
90 Atlantic grids, forestry, coastlines need rethink in era of intense storms: experts
91 We need to build differently to control flooding, University of Waterloo expert says
92 How cities are finding solutions to combat scorching heat waves
93 We're way past the point of preventing climate change, it's time to adapt
94 'Like hell was coming': Canadian in Australia recounts wildfire evacuation
95 Markham to transform industrial area into green space to prevent flood damage
96 B.C. Lions sign wide receiver Shaq Johnson to contract extension
97 Kyle Larson dominates in Nashville for third straight win | Saltwire
98 Canada Struggles with Melting Permafrost as Climate Warms
99 Here’s how much climate change can cost homeowners in damages
100 Home care worker Minus Downey's criminal record check fake, say RCMP