Life In Canada
As a cold northern
country, Canada will be
one of the most greatly affected countries in the world. Temperatures are rising, particularly in the Arctic, where permafrost is thawing and the ocean's ice cover is shrinking. Even greater changes are expected in the future.

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Ongoing Activities
Interested in ways to help conserve our environment? Check out our ongoing activities to see how you can get involved.

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How Will it Affect Temperatures?


Climate change is going to mean longer and more intense heat waves for certain parts of the world. This will result in an increase in heat-related illness, particularly among the elderly, children, and those with chronic illness, and heat-related deaths could increase in large urban areas.

Heat is also a major contributor to air pollution and smog in major urban areas, and smog alerts are common whenever the temperature rises. This creates additional health risks from asthma and respiratory illness – and, again, it’s the elderly and children who are most vulnerable.