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Rare total solar eclipse hits Mexico, USA

A rare total solar eclipse hit the Pacific coast of Mexico and plunged complete darkness in the area at 11:07 am (1807 GMT) on Monday.

North America to experience a rare celestial phenomenon of total solar eclipse in 7 years

Toronto/IBNS: North America is all set to experience a rare celestial phenomenon of a total solar eclipse for the first time in seven years.

Canada sees warm temperatures in several provinces, breaks 119-year-old record

Toronto/IBNS: Regions throughout Canada, including areas of Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon are reaching an upward trend of record-breaking daily temperatures.

Toronto records warmest temperature in 86 years during this time

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto broke an 86-year-old weather record as Toronto's temperatures Friday are expected to keep hiking.

Huge wildfire blankets southern British Columbia, forces thousands to leave home

Vancouver/IBNS: Out-of-control wildfires have destroyed several structures in British Columbia leading to poor air quality provincewide and forcing tens of thousands to leave their homes.

Canada: Officials declare state of emergency in British Columbia as wildfires force evacuations in Kelowna

Okanagan (B.C.)/IBNS: Evacuation orders were reportedly issued after a wildfire jumped Lake Okanagan, sparking spot wildfires in Kelowna and forcing thousands of people to leave from their homes in British Columbia's Okanagan.

Canada bans tensing of cosmetics on animals

Toronto/Ottawa: The Canadian government has banned the testing of cosmetics on animals.

Canada: Donnie Creek Wildfire largest in British Columbia's history, says Wildfire Service

Vancouver/IBNS: Donnie Creek wildfire in British Columbia (BC) has grown into the largest blaze ever recorded in the province's history, Wildfire Service reports.

Smoke from Canadian wildfire reaches Norway

Smokes from Canadian wildfires, which already blanketed parts of the US, have reached Norway, media reports said citing scientists in the country.

Canada: Out of control historic fire continues to grow in Shelburne County

Nova Scotia/IBNS: The out of control historic fire that has been burning for nearly a week near Barrington Lake in Nova Scotia's southwestern region reportedly continued to grow overnight Thursday.

Canada: Wildfire in Manitoba’s northern community displaces hundreds, emergency evacuation underway

Winnipeg/IBNS: A wildfire is getting close to Manitoba's northern community displaced hundreds of people with emergency evacuations underway, Pimicikamak Cree Nation Chief David Monias said.

Canada British Columbia's heat wave conditions lower, temperature still soars

Vancouver/IBNS: Although heatwave conditions are lowering across Canada's British Columbia, the province continues to record soaring temperatures.

Canada: Alberta continues battling wildfires, displaces about 30,000 people

Alberta/IBNS:  A change in weather conditions in Canada's Alberta facilitated firefighters to fight wildfires which had displaced approximately 30,000 Albertans this past week, officials said.

Toronto surpasses target for 2020 Greenhouse Gas Emissions, calls for ambitious future targets

Toronto/IBNS: 2020 Sector-based Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Inventory, which tracks Toronto’s progress towards its GHG reduction targets has been released showing the city's community-wide emissions in 2020 was 43 per cent lower than in 1990, which exceeds the 2020 target of a 30 per cent reduction.

State of emergency declared in Canada's Newfoundland towns over forest fires

Newfoundland/IBNS: A state of emergency was reportedly declared on Saturday night in Newfoundland towns owing to the massive out-of-control forest fires burning in central Newfoundland near the Bay d’Espoir Highway and Paradise Lake significantly growing over the weekend.