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  • High winds leave thousands without electricity across Ontario
    Hydro One says thousands of Ontario residents were without power Saturday as high winds blew across much of the province.
    Weather
    Apr 13
  • Early spring storm brings heavy rain, high winds and snow to parts of Ontario
    A spring storm pelted swaths of Ontario with heavy rain and high winds on Wednesday, knocking out power to thousands of people.
    Weather
    Apr 3
  • High winds and icy conditions leave many without power in Ontario and Quebec
    About 187,000 customers in Quebec and more than 22,000 in central and eastern Ontario were without power Thursday morning.
    Weather
    Feb 29
  • 6 BC Ferries sailings cancelled, wind warnings in effect for B.C. South Coast
    Thanks to high winds, the 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. sailings from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay, and the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. trips departing Swartz Bay for Tsawwassen were cancelled Saturday.
    Weather
    Mar 9
  • ‘Significant rainfall,’ high winds expected for parts of N.S.
    Environment Canada says that similar storms in the past have caused pooling on roadways and localized flooding in some areas of Nova Scotia.
    Weather
    Feb 22
  • Lac Ste. Anne County bans recreational ATV use due to ‘extreme’ wildfire risk
    Lac Ste. Anne County has issued a complete ban on recreational ATV use due to the 'extreme fire risk' in the area.
    Fire
    Apr 26
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  • Wildfires are growing across Western Canada, displacing thousands
    In B.C., an area around Fort Nelson is under evacuation with the Parker Lake wildfire burning close by and the larger Patry Creek wildfire raging to the northwest.
    Canada
    May 15
  • Winnipeg crews respond to football field-sized wildland fire in Transcona
    In the midst of a 'dry and windy spring,' WFPS said there are some additional steps that should be taken to reduce the risk of wildland fires in the city.
    Fire
    Apr 25
  • Toddler, 2, dies after bouncy castle carried away by strong wind
    Bodhi Naaf, the two-year-old son of a Phoenix, Ariz. firefighter, died from his injuries after being rushed to hospital.
    U.S. News
    May 2
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  • ‘Everybody is safe’: Manitobans await news after wildfire threat leads to evacuation of town
    Lori Forbes of the RM of Kelsey says that the evacuees from the town of Cranberry Portage are taking things hour by hour.
    Fire
    May 13
  • ‘Her Yes Club,’ created by Bowmanville mom, connects parents with child-care providers
    Local Bowmanville mother creates on-demand tool “Her Yes Club” to help local parents find reliable at-home childcare providers close to home, amid high demand and long-wait lists.
    Tech
    Apr 16
  • Wildfires are burning across western Canada. What to know
    Wildfires have prompted evacuation orders in western Canada just days after officials warned of 'significant risk' from the natural hazard this summer.
    Canada
    May 11
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  • Saskatchewan RCMP receive numerous collision reports due to spring storm
    Saskatchewan RCMP warn motorists to check ahead before hitting the highways following numerous reports of collisions due to current snowy conditions.
    Weather
    Apr 18
  • Not just Canada: A look at extreme weather events all over the world
    As Canada deals with wildfires, other parts of the world have suffered extreme weather events, such as heavy rains and storms bringing floods and landslides.
    Environment
    May 14
  • Alberta nears firefighting hiring target as ‘heightened’ wildfire season begins: minister
    Forestry and Parks Minister Todd Loewen says the province is on track to meet its hiring targets next month as it brings in more firefighters.
    Fire
    Apr 18
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  • Global Affairs Canada says email is down as storm hits Ontario, Quebec
    An April storm has not only cancelled flights, closed schools and shut off power for hundreds of thousands in Ontario and Quebec, it also has hit Global Affairs Canada's email.
    Canada
    Apr 4
  • Hundreds of thousands without power as spring storm hits Quebec, Ontario
    Hydro-Québec reported upwards of 280,000 customers were without power as of 9 a.m., with affected areas ranging from near Gatineau to Montreal's eastern suburbs.
    Canada
    Apr 4
  • Fire chief asks for Edmontonians’ help ahead of wildfire season
    'Over the last two weeks, looking at the dashboard, anywhere from five to 10 grass wildfires were happening per day,' Edmonton's fire chief said Tuesday.
    Environment
    Apr 16
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  • Fire that destroyed Edmonton’s historic Hangar 11 being investigated as suspicious
    A large fire consumed Hangar 11, a Second World War-era airplane hangar that was part of the former municipal airport, between the NAIT campus and Blatchford.
    Fire
    Apr 22
  • From fire restrictions to bans: What Albertans need to know as the temperature warms up
    As Alberta prepares for what's expected to be a busy fire season ahead, many municipalities are restricting fire activities.
    Fire
    Apr 11
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