In September, 2001, the remnants of Hurricane Gabrielle passed southeast of Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula. Although it had weakened to a post-tropical storm, it still brought hurricane force wind gusts and dumped flooding rains on parts of the province.
36-Hour Precipitation Outlook
Canadian 'wows' with oilsands project
Clean up of the toxic byproducts from oilsands starts with a Calgary teenager.
Signs of a changing season
As summer draws to a close, we are reflecting on the season that was.
The Science Behind Summer Snow
It's snowing, and it's not even Autumn yet! What's going on with that?