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National Geographic says it 'went too far' with emaciated polar bear video
One year after a controversial video that linked an emaciated polar bear to climate change, National Geographic has published an article on what went wrong.
Why Manitoba's booming solar industry might soon go bust
A pilot project that subsidized the installation of solar panels spurred rapid growth in the industry in Manitoba. Now that the program has ended, the future is looking foggy.
Albertans snap photos of bumblebees for North America-wide study
Citizen scientists received hands-on training at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park in June on how to catch and collect bumblebees as part of a North America-wide species count.
As It Happens
Canada is phasing out pesticides linked to bee deaths — but the alternative may not be much better
As Canada phases out nicotine-based pesticides, a new study has found that a popular alternative might also be dangerous for bees.
Debate over plastic straws broadens to include balloons
Alberta adds 406 seats to train students in face of projected tech worker shortage
Many cannabis health claims aren't backed by science
Global warming 'pause' about to end, raise Earth's temperatures further
Space station is taking up birdwatching with a newly installed antenna
This gene prevents elephants from getting cancer and scientists are taking note
If the world ate the USDA-recommended diet, there wouldn't be enough land to grow it
Marine heat waves threaten underwater wildlife
Canada to phase out pesticides linked to bee deaths, sources say
Climate change likely to cause more sewage leaks, McKenna says
Protect the galaxy by keeping human germs at home, argues professor
NASA administrator says he fully supports Trump's 'Space Force'
Two 11-year-olds altered election results in hacker convention's replica of U.S. voting system
B.C. declares state of emergency as hundreds of wildfires burn across province
B.C. lake infested with hundreds of goldfish just months after pets released into wild
Scientists uncover secret behind beautiful glowing Bermuda fireworms
'Google Generation' wants more technology in health care but still values personal touch
Why Calgarians won't see Styrofoam blue bin recycling despite local innovation's success
Canadian 'Raccoon Whisperer' draws international admirers
Google tracks your movements, like it or not