Average Year Round Temperatures
Environment Canada Forecast, Iqaluit
Iqaluit Canoe Weather
Iqaluit The Weather Underground
Iqaluit Weather Network
Rankin Inlet, The Weather Underground
The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that can be seen throughout the Northern Hemisphere. The Aurora Borealis have been unexplained by man for thousands of years until recently
The Aurora Page
A source for Information, links and images about the "Northern Lights"
on-line since the Web began
Canadian Hurricane Centre
The Canadian Hurricane Centre web site. Located in downtown Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; the hurricane centre specializes in providing information to Canadians on storms of tropical origin that affect Canada or its territorial waters.
Maintained by the Meteorological Service of Canada's national and regional offices, WeatherOffice.ec.gc.ca is Environment Canada's official online- presence for meteorological information and public forecasts.
Carbon Emission Calculator
Homeowner’s and travelers, use this calculator to offset your CO2 emissions.
David Suzuki Foundation
Climate change is a serious problem, caused primarily by the carbon dioxide released from burning fossil fuels like oil, coal, and gas. But there are things we can do about it - like choosing to go carbon neutral.
El Niño: The Canadian Perspective
Comprehensive information on the past and present impact of El Niño on the climate of Canada and its effects on the global climate.
Environment Canada's mandate is to preserve and enhance the quality of the natural environment; conserve Canada's renewable resources; conserve and protect Canada's water resources; forecast weather and environmental change; enforce rules relating to boundary waters; and coordinate environmental policies and programs for the federal government.
The aurora borealis-the northern lights-is one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on Earth. Its beauty and splendor are often beyond description.
The Avalanche Center
Throughout Canadian history, people, trains, automobiles, buildings and various other living and non-living things have been involved in avalanches. Find out what the avalanche threat condition is in your mountain area.
This awareness brochure describes tsunami effects, areas at risk in British Columbia, and outlines the British Columbia Tsunami Warning and Alerting Plan as well as what individuals can do to be safer.