A 30-degree temperature rebound is on the way for much of Eastern Canada in the coming days, but it comes at a catch.
Brazil sank a decommissioned aircraft carrier in the Atlantic Ocean off its northeast coast, the Brazilian Navy said, despite warnings from environmentalists that the rusting 1960s French-built ship would pollute the sea and the marine food chain. The 32,000-tonne carrier had been floating offshore for three months since Turkey refused it entry to be scrapped there because it was an environmental hazard and the ship was towed back to Brazil. The carrier was scuttled in a "planned and controlled sinking" late on Friday, the Navy said in a statement, that would "avoid logistical, operational, environmental and economic losses to the Brazilian state," it said.
Yikes! The home of the world's worst weather lived up to its nickname on Friday.
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Temperatures will fall to dangerously cold levels over the next couple of days as a brief but mighty blast of Arctic air descends on the eastern half of the country.
Extreme weather warnings are in effect across New Brunswick, as more than 3,700 N.B. Power customers are without power. Wind chills currently range from -33 to -45 with winds gusting between 60 and 80 km/h, according to CBC's Ryan Snoddon. Temperatures are expected to rise slowly Saturday, but will remain between -20 C to low -30s. Strong winds will continue alongside some flurries, creating some whiteout conditions across the Northumberland Shore. An all-time wind chill record was set in Saint
Coldest temperatures in nearly 20 years hit Quebec to start this weekend
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The RCMP says it's investigating reports of damaged equipment at one of the job sites of a wind turbine project on the Port au Port Peninsula. In a press release, the RCMP said it's investigating damages to three pieces of heavy equipment at a World Energy GH2 job site in Mainland, on Newfoundland's west coast. For about 2½ weeks, a group of protesters has blocked an access road to the wind power site in Mainland, saying they're concerned about the community's water supply. The RCMP says the dam
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Widespread extreme cold warnings cover much of Ontario as a blast of frigid Arctic air reaches the province to start the weekend.
With extreme cold temperatures expected to roll through New Brunswick and the Maritimes Friday night and Saturday, cities across the province are preparing for the cold. The Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre is opening a daytime warming centre that will include services to help people access permanent housing. Joan Kingston, a nurse at the centre, said even if homeless people are able to stay in a shelter or couch surf overnight, that still leaves them with up to 13 hours out in the c
A cold weather alert has been issued for the whole of England - as people are urged to keep warm and check up on those more vulnerable to the chilly conditions. The warning is from 6pm on Sunday until 6pm on Tuesday, and all regions are set to have cold nights and overnight frosts. Experts from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and Met Office are encouraging people to stay warm and look out for those most at risk from the effects of cold weather.
Video of the release shows the furry creature peeking up at the conservation officer before scampering off through the snow.
A major winter storm is barrelling toward Northern Labrador, and the provincial government is warning people there to be prepared. CBC meteorologist Ashley Brauweiler describes it as "a powerful and dangerous blizzard." "This is not a storm to take lightly," she said Friday afternoon. "It's a good idea to be prepared for extended power outages and get an emergency kit ready." Environment Canada has put a large part of Labrador's north coast under a blizzard warning for Friday evening through Sat
WORCESTER, Mass. (Reuters) -A powerful arctic blast swept into the U.S. Northeast on Friday, pushing temperatures to perilously low levels across the region, including New Hampshire's Mount Washington, where the wind chill dropped to 105 degrees below zero Fahrenheit (-79 Celsius), forecasters said. Wind-child warnings were posted for most of New York state and all six New England states - Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine - a region home to some 16 million people.
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Brook Thompson grew up along the shores of the Klamath River in Northern California, where her family would spend their summers camping and catching salmon. "It's where I got a lot of connection about my culture and my family history," said Thompson, 27, a member of the Yurok and Karuk tribes, to Unreserved host Rosanna Deerchild. The Klamath River, which flows from Oregon through Northern California and is part of the Yurok and Karuk traditional territory, once provided a bountiful supply of sa
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