Global fossil fuel production will soon thwart Paris Agreement climate targets, report warns

The world’s top fossil fuel-producing countries are significantly expanding production of oil, natural gas and coal, undermining efforts to reach their climate targets, according to an analysis conducted by several think tanks and the United Nations Environment Programme. For the…

Edmonton man appeals extradition to U.S. to face terrorism charges

An Edmonton man is fighting his extradition to face terrorism charges in the United States. Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi, who is 34, has been charged in the U.S. with conspiring to provide and providing material support to terrorists engaged in violent…

‘Miraculous’ cross-border caribou sightings a mystery: conservation experts

It’s proving to be a mystery: Just how many caribou are actually roaming from British Columbia into Washington, Idaho and Montana? Before trying to answer that question, though — if it can be answered at all — some background material.…

Southwest Alberta wildlife corridor named after former premier Jim Prentice

A swath of land in southwestern Alberta has been protected and named in honour of former Alberta premier Jim Prentice. The Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor, which is in the Crowsnest Pass, is roughly five kilometres wide from east to west.…