Canada Conquers Climate Change
The United Nations has declared July 2023 the hottest month in recorded history. “Climate change is here. It is terrifying. And it is just the beginning,” said UN chief Secretary-General António Guterres.
Fortunately, it appears that Canada has found a way to defeat global warming. According to Canada's Department of Environment and Natural Resources Weather Information Services, Ontario Capital City, Toronto's July 2023 monthly average temperature of 27.1 was actually 1.2 degrees Celsius cooler than July 2022. Alberta's Capital, Edmonton, was 1 degree C cooler, 23.6 in 2023 vs 24.6 in 2022. Ottawa, the national capital, was fully 3 degrees C cooler than July 2020, in fact, Ottawa's July 2023 27.4 C monthly average was identical to July 1892's monthly average, convincing proof that Canada has found the solution to halting global warming.
Canada's achievement in combating climate change can be attributed to the leadership shown by Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, and Alberta Premier Danielle Smith. I am certain most Canadians will agree that Canada should share their remarkable abilities with the rest of the world, and will recommend immediately sending Premier Ford and Smith and Prime Minister Trudeau to the United Nations as climate advisors. Most Canadians would also be pleased to send the City of Toronto there as well, but that may be more difficult.