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Probing your DNA could trigger future privacy violations
In the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica data scandal, experts are warning about the potential dangers of handing over your genetic code to private international corporations.
Rogers, Bell and Public Safety refused interviews on phone hack - but talked about it in private
After a CBC News/Radio-Canada investigation in November revealed it was relatively easy to hack MPs' phones on the Bell and Rogers mobile networks, the companies and Public Safety Canada refused to give interviews. That didn't stop them from talking to one another, however.
Fossil fuels roar back in a world hungry for energy: Don Pittis
Carbon output that had plateaued for three years is surging again as stronger economies renew demand for energy. Investors need to know what comes next.
How patio furniture and fence posts might solve N.S.'s plastic recycling woes
A Halifax company says it has a made in Nova Scotia solution to the challenge of recycling plastics: turn shopping bags into usable products.
Sustainable design, second-hand clothes: How you can become a conscious fashion shopper
Environment Canada launches website to hear public ideas for marine litter reduction
Trans Mountain spill 'could have significant impacts' says Canadian government scientist
The dark art of finding who's hooting the night away in Manitoba forests
'Every plant and animal is useful to us': Indigenous professor re-thinking how we deal with invasive species
'Greening' project could end use of fossil fuel for Centennial Flame
Getting a crew to Mars: Here's how NASA is tackling the mind-bending to-do list
Health Canada's 'fake news?' — It's not fake but it's not news either
Tesla risks a blowout as problems mount, but fans keep the hype machine in overdrive
Ribbonsnake DNA detective work being used to track elusive creatures
Prescription to slow worsening myopia in Canadian kids? Head outdoors
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