Connecting extreme weather events with climate change isn't exactly a new thing; from Hurricane Sandy to the California droughts, it's a conversation that goes hand in hand with every natural disaster, and it's usually handled in a reasonable fashion. So how did the climate conversation around the still-raging Fort McMurray wildfire that destroyed thousands of homes become so befuddling-ly messed up?
More than 170 wildfires are burning in the province.
CBC Saskatchewan fire officials say human activity, not lightning strikes, are believed to be the cause of a massive forest
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- WOLLASTON LAKE, Sask. -- A forest fire that is threatening two northern Saskatchewan communities has