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If you had to name Canada’s friendliest city, which city would you choose? For Chris dela Torre, London, Ontario is his clear winner. “I can't tell you how many people have gone out of their way to make me feel welcome, or to help me settle into the city,” says Chris, who recently moved there to host the Afternoon Drive with CBC London.
Climate change - we talk about it, we report on it, we discuss it — especially recently, with news about the Paris Agreement. But are Canadians ready for change? Meteorologists call British Columbia "the land of a billion micro climates". In many ways, it’s a microcosm for the world. By the year 2050, our average yearly temperature will have risen by 2.5 °C degrees. But that doesn’t mean everything will just get hotter.