‘Significant’ damage to St. John River monitoring equipment investigated by police

Damage to equipment used to monitor the St. John River is being investigated as mischief by police. New Brunswick RCMP say the river monitoring equipment was damaged sometime overnight between Sept. 11 and Sept. 12. READ MORE: Man with air-soft…

Long, harsh winter with below-normal temperatures in store for Quebec: Weather Network

The month of October is expected to be a mild one in Quebec with above-normal temperatures, but don’t wait until the last minute to put on your winter tires because that fluffy white stuff could come sooner than you think,…

Severe thunderstorm warning issued for parts of west-central Alberta

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for parts of Yellowhead County on Saturday afternoon. Shortly before 2:30 p.m., Environment Canada said its meteorologists were “tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing very strong wind gusts, up to nickel-sized hail and…

Environment Canada official says climate change could bring stronger, but less frequent storms

September 6 2019 12:48pm At a briefing on Hurricane Dorian on Friday, an official with Environment Canada said climate change could bring “slightly stronger” storms, but suggested they would be less frequent. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id =…

Hurricane Dorian will bring ‘pretty significant waves’ to Atlantic coast: Environment Canada

September 6 2019 12:45pm An official with Environment Canada warned on Friday that Hurricane Dorian would bring large waves to eastern Nova Scotia and the coast of Newfoundland, adding that the conditions could be “extremely dangerous.” ‘ }); } else…

Expect uprooted trees, ‘extended’ power outages from Hurricane Dorian: Environment Canada

An official with Environment Canada’s Hurricane Centre said on Friday that Hurricane Dorian would be “up there in terms of impact” when it makes landfall along the coast of Nova Scotia, and that residents should expect uprooted trees and widespread…

Preparations underway as Nova Scotians brace for impact of Hurricane Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian continues to steer towards Nova Scotia, messages urging members of the public to be prepared for severe weather effects are being communicated by government officials and emergency response teams. READ MORE: Cancellations begin as Dorian moves toward…