$6.6 million dedicated to Prairie provinces for climate change impact

Leader Post: A $6.6-million program to help the Prairie provinces deal with the impact of climate change on water resources, forests and grasslands was announced at the University of Regina Tuesday. Ottawa and the governments of Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba will fund the three-year Prairie Regional Adaptation Collaborative program, which is part of the federal government's plan to help Canadians adapt to climate change. Natural Resources Canada will provide $3.3 million of the ......

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