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Quake hits off North Korea but experts rule out nuke test

Quake hits off North Korea but experts rule out nuke test

The event was centered far offshore

CITB’s Q2/Q3 economic check-in

CITB’s Q2/Q3 economic check-in

The Bank of Canada raised interest rates, as was being widely predicted

Eastern Canada has high earthquake exposure, little awareness: Swiss Re

Eastern Canada has high earthquake exposure, little awareness: Swiss Re

A 5.8 magnitude quake in Montreal would cause $45 billion in damage

Weather improvement for B.C. wildfires, but crews brace for lightning, wind

Weather improvement for B.C. wildfires, but crews brace for lightning, wind

More than 14,000 people across the province have been displaced

Wildfires in British Columbia Interior begin to exact economic toll

Wildfires in British Columbia Interior begin to exact economic toll

The situation is affecting the operations of forestry and mining companies

Heavy rain, hail, provide chance to paddle down Saskatoon streets

Heavy rain, hail, provide chance to paddle down Saskatoon streets

The city’s power facility repaired four major outages before 10 p.m.

B.C. wildfire situation ‘still deteriorating,’ official says

B.C. wildfire situation ‘still deteriorating,’ official says

About 14,000 people have been evacuated

Number of evacuees rising as B.C wildfire continues

Number of evacuees rising as B.C wildfire continues

A local wood panel mill was forced to close

Willis Re names next global CEO

Willis Re names next global CEO

James Kent to take over from the retiring John Cavanagh

Past firefighting efforts have made B.C. forests more fire prone: expert

Past firefighting efforts have made B.C. forests more fire prone: expert

Forest ecology professor says denser forests with dead material on the ground lead to faster-moving fires when one begins

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