In this issue (Vol.46 No.3) of the CMOS Bulletin, you will find a fascinating article from Jim Young describing a variety of atmospheric phenomenan to watch out for this summer, and another on Phil Chadwick’s take on “EcoArtists” and the important role that they are playing in reconnecting a population to the beauty of nature. Katherine Boggs describes the EON-ROSE initiative as collaborations are sought for this pan-Canadian project that seeks to drive Earth System Science to support sustainable development for our planet. Environment and Climate Change Canada’s seasonal outlook for the summer is included. Several news items of interest include highlights and photos from the 52nd Annual CMOS Congress, a story on CMOS member Gordon McBean’s recent award from the WMO, and an announcement of funding worth close to $1M available to students conducting through Polar Knowledge Canada. Several smaller news items, member’s updates, and event notifications are also included.