If climate change is a crisis, then everything is a crisis. The most that can be said is that many locations across Canada have warmed slightly over the past few decades, although on the scale of a whole century it's not a lot of warming. And the warming that occurred hasn't caused many obvious problems. The economy has prospered, human health has improved and life spans have grown by decades. The use of fossil fuels has been a big contributor to that. Even where things like increased urban flooding has occurred, it's doubtful greenhouse gases are the cause. If you're going to call this a crisis, then what isn't a crisis?