Gov’t Cited For Toxic Fire

A federal agency has been found guilty of breaching air pollution regulations even as MPs prepared to declare a climate emergency. British Columbia’s Prince Rupert Port Authority started a slow-burning garbage fire so toxic, nearby residents complained of sore throats, burning eyes and asthma attacks: “Climate change is increasingly a climate emergency.”

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