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Less than two weeks ago, GM caught some people by surprise with its pledge to make the vast majority of the vehicles it produces electric by Amid growing calls for action on climate change, some argue it has the potential to be transformative. And for the North American energy sector, particularly oil and gasoline producers, understanding the implications of the electric vehicle EV push just became that much more urgent.
Significant EV growth will also require a backbone of infrastructure such as recharging stations. Supply chains will need to be established to support key components such as batteries and power systems. Also key to the effort, if the goal is to slash carbon emissions, is ensuring there is the necessary infrastructure capable of providing renewable energy for plug-in vehicles.
Jody Freeman, a counselor for energy and climate change in the Obama White House in and , wrote earlier this month in the New York Times: "Shifting from gasoline to electricity helps to decarbonize transportation only if the electrons fuelling cars and trucks are relatively 'green. And GM is not alone. Last week, Ford Motor Co. Among others, Volkswagen is spending billions of dollars in its pursuit of all-electric Tesla.
And, last fall, California's Governor Gavin Newson inked an executive order stating all new passenger cars and trucks sold in the state would have to be emission-free by Will drivers come for the ride? Of course, GM promising to go electric doesn't guarantee success. There's a lot of work ahead. But Mabee believes GM can reach its goal, suggesting big manufacturers have the kind of heft needed to make technological improvements in key areas such as battery life and efficiency.
Consumers will have to come along for the ride, too. While GM sold more than 2. Analysts at Rystad Energy said that as battery costs decline, vehicle performance increases and charging infrastructure improves, electric mobility will eventually out-compete its internal combustion engine counterparts. To that end, EV technology is advancing rapidly. However, Brian Kingston, president of the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers' Association, said this week in the National Observer, "price parity with gas-powered vehicles remains years off.
That's why some proponents argue rebates and government incentives are so important to grow the market. Still, a recent report from Deloitte found U. And, in Canada, some argue one of the challenges facing would-be buyers is the ability to find one at the dealership. Still lots of road ahead For proponents of EVs, automakers' big investments in the sector provide reason for optimism, but there's still a lot of ground to make up.
Dennis DesRosiers, an analyst with DesRosiers Automotive Consultants, noted North America has had electrified vehicles for years now, but they still only make up a small percentage of the overall market. Last summer, the Paris-based International Energy Agency estimated that electric car sales will account for about three per cent of global car sales in In the first and second quarters of , 3.
New cars entering the market today will have a long road life and the vast majority of those vehicles run on gasoline or diesel, he said. Improved fuel efficiency means new gasoline-powered vehicles will require less fuel than in the past, DeRosiers said, but "the oilpatch has got quite a long road in front of it still. Looking out over the next two decades, Masson said oil markets will need more crude to replace anticipated production declines elsewhere.
More than half of Canadians trust social media and blogs over doctors and nutritionists, according to a recent study. Despite growing concerns about online misinformation, the findings — which are not peer-reviewed — will be unsurprising to anyone who has waded through the sea of online food and nutrition advice.
For some researchers, however, they also point to an urge to find personalized information that fits our beliefs, even if it might not be true. Doctors and friends or family members follow — about 40 per cent and 28 per cent, respectively — while about a quarter of Canadians trust other experts, such as naturopaths or personal trainers. The web offers a vast repository of information, including emotion-rich personal testimonies. Not only that. In her research — Sillence studies why people trust the web over doctors for medical advice — she found that the process of online research itself can make people trust their findings more.
Yet that research already leans towards a particular outcome the moment we start typing into the search bar. Then, from the moment our browser fills with pages to consult, people start relying on their personal guidelines to vet websites or social media posts. Familiarity with the website and the person or information behind it are consistently top-of-mind for many, she said, but other indicators are at play as well. Does the page have the right words?
All that kind of stuff. People can find solace or healing in connecting with others who share similar concerns or experiences. Often, those concerns reflect long-standing biases in mainstream medical or nutritional advice. For instance, women have regularly been excluded from medical studies; their medical concerns — like those of many minorities — have historically been dismissed by professionals.
Both contribute to eroding trust in mainstream sources. Still, taking web sources with a grain of salt is wise when it comes to nutrition, said Kyla Detta, a nutrition coach living in Ireland but originally from Canada. Often, clients will come to see her swearing by a diet they found online that is not healthy or sustainable for them. Adhering to it is often brutal on their physical and mental health, she said, undermining their overall well-being.
More important, she said, is building a long-term, healthy relationship with food that includes a diverse and enjoyable diet. Capitol on Jan. Democrats say they know they are arguing the case uphill, but they are holding out hope that they will convert more Republicans by the final vote.
On Tuesday, as they argued that the trial was constitutional, they strayed from their arcane arguments about historic precedent and the Federalist Papers to show a video that took senators through a visceral, graphic timeline of Jan. The carnage led to five deaths. On Friday, they will get another chance, starting what is likely to be two days of arguments that last into the weekend.
They plan to argue that Trump did not incite the violence, that rioters acted of their own accord and that the former president is protected by freedom of speech. Those senators so far appear the most likely to vote to convict Trump. Cassidy was the only one who did not side with Democrats in a similar vote two weeks ago.
He said he will watch the additional arguments as an impartial juror and then decide whether to convict. Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, who voted Tuesday to dismiss the trial, is retiring in and has also said he has an open mind about conviction. A man is dead after a shooting in the parking garage of a newly constructed building in Toronto's east end on Tuesday night, police say.
Emergency crews were called to the scene at about p. David Hopkinson. When officers arrived at the building, they found a man with gunshot wounds on one of the levels of the parking garage, Hopkinson said. The victim was unconscious. Toronto paramedics said the man had life-threatening injuries, and despite attempts to save his life, he died at the scene. In a news release issued Wednesday afternoon, police identified the man as year-old Harry Lainas of Toronto.
Toronto police's homicide squad has taken over the investigation. Anyone with security camera video or anyone who witnessed anything is urged to contact investigators. Deep into this pandemic winter, it can be hard to remember what a refuge gardens were last spring and summer. In those frightening early days of COVID, victory gardens and household vegetable plots sprang up all over.
Seed companies reported shortages. Hardware stores saw a run on garden tools. Millions found comfort, release and a sense of safety outdoors with their hands in the dirt. That feels like a long time ago. Businesses and household incomes are struggling.
And the human interactions that might help us process all this anxiety and grief are discouraged. Yet the garden is still there, hunkering down too. And it can still help. Even in winter, it can provide solace, inspiration and perspective. Fresh air. And an assurance that spring is coming. White, an editor and writer at The New Yorker and an avid gardener, wrote several decades ago. As we round the bend into February, and with the hope that vaccines will bring real change, all three of those gardens offer a promise of light.
Only the most serious gardeners or those in warmer climates can keep the growing going outside, using cold frames, fabric or plastic tunnels, and other techniques. But there are smaller joys to be had. Death is everywhere in a garden, all year round, but it makes rebirth possible. The species keep going.
So winter is also a good time for reevaluating our own yard-size battles against climate change. We can start or continue composting. New technologies make it easier to grow plants anywhere indoors, with or without soil. The plants offer not only beauty, but the rewards of caring for living things and seeing them grow. Indoor vegetable gardening, too, has become especially popular both as a food source and as a family activity.
For instance, you can buy organic mini-farms in Mason jars, cans and boxes — all intended for the windowsill. You can grow mushrooms in their cardboard box with just a spritzer, or set up a large jar of tomatoes adding nothing but water.
Sales of backyard greenhouses and grow lights are up, and seed companies are already reporting another year of high demand. Johnny's Selected Seeds, a high-end, mail-order seller based in Winslow, Maine, recently suspended orders from home gardeners temporarily, saying that because of COVID, order volume "has exceeded our capacity to pack seed and to ship orders quickly.
In just a couple months, perhaps, they can think about transplanting them outdoors if they have the space. The new seed catalogues carry the promise that, this year, you can make your garden better. Maybe that means converting more lawn to flowers and vegetables, choosing more native plants, reducing water use, putting in paths and water features. A garden is never finished. Planning it is creative and hopeful. And as our second pandemic spring approaches, those hopes are being buoyed by the rollout of vaccines, too.
Claudie Arseneault, Initiative de journalisme local, Mon Matane. Nailet and her son were housed with 15 other women and given a mat to sleep on, with little space to distance despite the coronavirus pandemic, she said. The lights stayed on round the clock. Children constantly sneezed and coughed. She and her son were detained for six days in a Border Patrol station. That's twice as long as federal rules generally allow.
Larger numbers of immigrant families have been crossing the U. Measures to control the virus have sharply cut space in holding facilities that got overwhelmed during a surge of arrivals in and , when reports emerged of families packed into cells and unaccompanied children having to care for each other.
To deal with the new influx, the agency on Tuesday reopened a large tent facility in South Texas to house immigrant families and children. In a statement last week, U. Health and Human Services, which runs those centres, will reopen a surge facility at a former camp for oil field workers in Carrizo Springs, Texas, as early as Monday. It can accommodate about teenagers.
There's no clear driving factor for the increase in families and children crossing. Some experts and advocates believe more are trying to cross illegally now that Biden is president, believing his administration will be more permissive than Trump's. The White House isn't adding people to the program but hasn't said how it will resolve pending cases. It's also declined to expel unaccompanied children under a pandemic-related public health order issued by Trump.
Others cite the fallout of natural disasters in Central America and turmoil in countries like Haiti. The U. The change in practice appears to be uneven, with immigrants being expelled in other places and no clear explanation for the differences. A law has taken effect in Mexico that prohibits holding children in migrant detention centres. But Mexico's foreign ministry said in a statement that agreements with the U. Their children become U. The Border Patrol generally releases those families into the country, though reports have emerged of immigrant parents and U.
In Nailet's case, CBP said an unforeseen spike in the number of families crossing the border near Del Rio, about miles kilometres west of San Antonio, led to her prolonged detention. Advocates say officials should have released Nailet quickly, as well as other families with young children, and should speed up processing to avoid delays. Still in pain from giving birth, Nailet nursed her newborn in the cold cell. When she told border agents that the hospital said to return on Feb. CBP says Nailet and her son passed a health check Wednesday evening.
She was released Thursday and taken to a hotel with help from a non-profit group, the Val Verde Border Humanitarian Coalition, which is one of several organizations receiving larger numbers of immigrant families after they leave government custody. Amy Cohen, a child psychiatrist and executive director of immigration advocacy group Every Last One, described how border detention can traumatize a newborn: the cold, the constant light, the stress emanating from their nursing mother.
This is his first exposure to the world outside the womb. This is extraordinarily cruel and dangerous. Thousands of children taken from their parents went into government custody, including surge facilities in Tornillo, Texas, and Homestead, Florida. Nomaan Merchant, The Associated Press. Rescuers in northern India made a vain attempt on Wednesday to find signs of life using a drone to search for 35 construction workers missing inside a tunnel days after a flash flood swept down a mountain valley destroying dams and bridges.
Some people remain unaccounted for since Sunday's disaster in Uttarakhand state, most of them workers at the Tapovan Vishnugad hydroelectric project and at the smaller Rishiganga dam, which was swept away by the torrent.
At the Tapovan tunnel's entrance, anxious relatives lingered in heavy rain, desperate for word on whether anyone had been found. Lindholm scored a power-play goal at of the third period. Andrew Mangiapane and Byron Froese also scored for Calgary , which beat the Jets in regulation for the first time in its five meetings this season. Calgary goaltender Jacob Markstrom stopped of shots for the win.
Nikolaj Ehlers scored twice for Winnipeg , with Andrew Copp assisting on both goals. Connor Hellebuyck had 26 saves in the loss. Both Dubois and Laine had asked their respective clubs to trade them. The Blue Jackets drafted Dubois third overall in the entry draft. The Jet faced the Flames in a fourth straight game after going at home against Calgary last week. It's the lone time this season Winnipeg sees the same opponent four games in a row.
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