As Canadian cities prepare for more deadly heat waves, limiting increase of climate change could save lives

In the summer of 2018, Ontario and Quebec were hit with one of the worst heat waves both provinces had ever experienced. Temperatures went as high as 35 degrees Celsius — without accounting for the humidity — and almost 100 people died in Quebec, 66 in Montreal alone. Read More


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