Canadian government unveils $1.6B climate adaptation strategy

Canadian government unveils $1. 6b climate adaptation strategy

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The Canadian federal government is committing $1.6 billion to a new climate adaptation strategy to help communities combat extreme weather events, which have plagued Canada in recent years.

Examples of these events include the devastating floods in B.C., and hurricane Fiona ravaging Atlantic Canada.

Global’s Eric Sorensen explains how the money is being divided up and the goal to bring down the cost of climate change.

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