The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Temperature Graphs for 55 Cities and Towns Show Warming Trend Across Canada

Over the past month, the Sixth Estate Canadian Climate Survey has put online basic temperature charts showing local climate change in 55 cities and towns across Canada. The purpose of the project is to put a local face on climate change, which tends to be discussed in the global abstract. I hope this project will ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Beaverlodge, AB Warms 0.5˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1916-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Cornwall, ON Warms 0.4˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1951-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Chapleau, ON Warms 1˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1923-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Cameron Falls, ON Warms 0.6˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1925-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Cold Lake, AB Warms 0.9˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1926-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Rocky Mountain House, AB Warms Only Slightly Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1918-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Cranbrook, BC Warms 0.5˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1902-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Temperatures Stable in Atlin, BC

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1906-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Temperatures Stabilize in Moose Jaw, SK

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1895-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: North Battleford, SK

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1892-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Apparent Warming Trend Visible in Uranium City, SK

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1954-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Temperatures Stable in Kindersley, SK

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1943-2011)* * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Temperatures Declining in Swift Current, SK

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1959-2011)*  * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada National Climate Archive. Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: London, ON Warms Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Between 1961-1990 and 2002-2011, the average annual temperature in London, ON increased from 7.6˚C to 8.5˚C.   * Data for this chart ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Yarmouth Warms 0.7˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Between 1961-1990 and 2002-2011, the average annual temperature in Yarmouth, NS increased from 7˚C to 7.7˚C.   * Data for this chart ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Sydney, NS Warms 0.8˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Between 1961-1990 and 2002-2011, the average annual temperature in Sydney, NS increased from 5.8˚C to 6.6˚C.   * Data for this chart ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Sault Ste Marie Warms 1˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Average Temperature (1945-2011)   * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive.   Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Bagotville, QC Warms 1˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Average Temperature (1885-2011)   * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive.   Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Inuvik Warms 2.2˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Average Temperature (1958-2011)   * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive.   Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Kuujjuarapik, QC Warms 1.8˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Average Temperature (1926-2011)   * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive.   Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Thunder Bay Warms 0.8˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change. Average Temperature (1878-2011)   * Data for this chart was taken from the Environment Canada homogenized data archive.   Tweet

The Sixth Estate: Alert, Nunavut Shows Evidence of Warming Due to Local Industrial Development!

View Larger Map. Alert, NT Warning: there may be a mild peppering of sarcasm in the following post. About a week ago, Guelph climate change denialist Ross McKitrick — an economist, not a physical scientist — contributed a column to the National Post dismissing climate models as a bunch of unreliable hocus pocus. I responded ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Port aux Basques, Nfld Warms 0.9˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Trend: Port aux Basques’s average temperature has increased from 4.1˚C in the period from 1961-1990 to 5˚C in 2002-2011. Temperature Extremes: ...

The Sixth Estate: Canadian Climate Survey: Gander Warms 0.9˚C Since 1961-1990

The Canadian Climate Survey is tracking historical and average temperatures in cities and towns across the country, as part of an effort to put something of a local face on global climate change.   Trend: Gander’s average temperature has increased from 4.2˚C in the period from 1961-1990 to 5.1˚C in 2002-2011. Temperature Extremes: Over the ...