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Citizen scientists help to document changes to lake ice in the northern U.S.

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Canada's COVID testing crisis

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Canada reaches a historic deal to compensate Indigenous children

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British Columbia is looking at how it can adapt to prepare for more climate disasters

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Canadian teacher reassigned under a controversial Quebec law for wearing a hijab

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On the front lines of global warming, evacuees from Lytton, a western Canadian village destroyed by wildfires in June, are detached and bitter about the September 20 snap elections. Cole Burston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A church retreat came to the aid of Canada's latest disaster survivors

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A church retreat center is offering hope to victims of natural disasters in Canada

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Climate change is blamed for dramatic flooding in British Columbia

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British Columbia faces floods after a month's worth of rain fell in two days

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Biden is set to host the leaders of Canada, Mexico for North American leaders summit

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The U.S. will reopen land borders to Canada and Mexico

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Flowers, shoes and moccasins sit on the steps of the main entrance of the former Mohawk Institute, which was a residential school for Indigenous kids, in Brantford, Ontario. The memorial is to honor the children whose remains were discovered in unmarked graves in recent months in Canada. Cole Burston/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Communities plan to search for more Indigenous children's remains in Canada

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Communities In Canada Plan More Scans For Remains Of Indigenous Children

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Narrowly Wins Reelection

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Canadians Vote On New Parliament After Turbulent Election Period

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