OTTAWA—The federal government will consider what to do with admission fees for national parks beyond Canada's 150th birthday after this year's free parks program has proven to be exceptionally popular.
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EDINBURGH, Scotland—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marked Canada's 150th birthday with the Queen yesterday by giving her the Canadian flag that flew on the Peace Tower on Canada Day.
OTTAWA—An indigenous demonstration teepee was moved onto Parliament Hill yesterday evening after a man was arrested for assaulting at least one of the activists.
OTTAWA—Canada no longer can pretend it is a country rich with pristine lakes and rivers, the World Wildlife Fund said yesterday in a report into the country's waterways.
OTTAWA—Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr has announced $867 million in financial support to help lumber producers and employees weather the impact of punishing new U.S. tariffs on Canadian softwood exports.
OTTAWA—Air pollution cost Canadian families an estimated $36 billion in 2015 due to premature death and illness, a new research report says.
The report, “Costs of Pollution in Canada,” is a compilation of scientific data on all aspects of pollution—from smog to oil spills and fertilizer use.
It was released today by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
OTTAWA—Aging “baby-boomers” once again are getting the lion's share of attention as they swell the ranks of the oldest people in the country.
New census data released yesterday by Statistics Canada showed Canadians over the age of 65 now outnumber those under the age of 15 for the first time.
OTTAWA—Environment minister Catherine McKenna is being sued for failing to tell Canadians how the country's woodland caribou are being protected.
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society filed an application for judicial review in Federal Court in Montreal today.
OTTAWA—Polar bears and the Canadian monarch butterfly have been added to an international list of species and subspecies that are at risk of disappearing entirely from the planet.
The list is part of a new report released today at an international biodiversity conference in Ottawa.