Currently Montréal - le 13 février 2023

Alternance de soleil et de nuages🌡 Maximum 2°C

La météo, actuellement.

Ce soir: nuageux avec nappes de brouillard possibles par endroits.
🌡 Minimum -9°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -15°C

Lundi: ciel en alternance de soleil et de nuages le matin puis nuageux en après-midi.
🌡 Maximum 2°C

Lundi soir: nuageux.
🌡 Minimum -2°C

Nous aurons 10:17 (+3 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.

— Francis L

The weather, currently.

Tonight: cloudy with fog patches developing near midnight.
🌡 Low -9°C 🥶 Wind chill of -15°C

Monday: mix of sun and cloud in the morning, and then cloudy in the afternoon.
🌡 High 2°C

Monday evening: cloudy.
🌡 Low -2°C

We will have 10:17 (+3 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.

—Francis L

What you need to know, currently.

Currently’s staff reporter, Anna Abraham, wrote an article, "Thirty years on, Nigeria continues to suffer from Shell’s oil pollution". In it, she explains how Shell’s activities continue to cause devastating oil spills for people in the Niger Delta.

“Before big oil moved into the Niger Delta region, it was the food basket of Nigeria, where the fishing and farming Indigenous people, like the Ogonis of Ogoniland in Rivers State, thrived. When companies like Royal Dutch Shell arrived in 1958, all was lost.

‘They promised us that oil production was better than farming or fishing. They said they would develop the region — build roads, hospitals, and schools. It wasn’t long after they began operations that we discovered that the only roads they built were dirt tracks to take their trucks to the oil sites,’ said Celestine Akpobari, the National Coordinator of the Ogoni Solidarity Forum in Nigeria.

Gas is now being flared in close proximity to human habitation, devastating the people’s traditional livelihoods. It earned the Niger Delta, now Africa’s largest oil-producing region, its infamous status — one of the most polluted regions in the world.”

Read the full story on our website here.

What you can do, currently.