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'The end of an era': Koko, the gorilla who learned sign language, dies at 46
Koko became an icon for interspecies communication, meeting celebrities, caring for kittens and appearing in many documentaries.
More than 20 countries aim to toughen climate goals by 2020
More than 20 nations ranging from Canada to France to Britain to Pacific island states said on Thursday they would try to limit their greenhouse gas emissions more than already planned under the Paris climate agreement by 2020.
University of Waterloo invites Indigenous girls to explore tech careers
Emma Smith is a fourth year fine arts student at the University of Waterloo. This summer, she's leading a two-day camp for young Indigenous girls to get them excited about science, technology, engineering and math.
Some of CSIS's practices still fall outside the law: spy watchdog
The head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is taking issue with claims the national spy agency isn't handling Canadians electronic data properly.
Coast guard crew makes rare sighting of right whale off Haida Gwaii
'Pretty amazing': Alberta researchers spot new fossil species - and its lunch
111 million tonnes of plastic waste will have nowhere to go by 2030 due to Chinese import ban: study
Instagram unveils new video service in challenge to YouTube
Chemicals found in some U.S. water supplies more toxic than previously thought, report says
A radio reporter who lost his voice is back on the air — digitally
Canadian officials seize eel meat in 92-country wildlife sting
Amid outrage over child separations, critics question Microsoft's ties with ICE
Facebook's 'unpleasant underbelly' policed by thousands of content reviewers worldwide
Watch as police drone finds British man trapped in marshland
Meat 2.0? Green meat? War of words over what to call lab-grown meat
IBM pits 'Project Debater' computer against humans
Trump announces new U.S. military 'space force'
30 years later, former NASA scientist wishes he hadn't been right about climate change