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CBC Radio Quirks & Quarks celebrates the science of Canada 150 (CBC)
150 glorious years of Canadian science
Celebrations of Canadian Nobel Prize winners, innovators and inventors
When a fungus invades a beetle's body and brain, it causes them, as a last act, to climb up a flower where other beetles feed and mate so the plague can spread.
More Canada 150 reflections on our scientific legacy, from members of the Royal Society of Canada.
Islamic archaeology needs protecting in the wake of being wilfully destroyed as well as being lost to urban development.
Our final three commentaries on Canada's scientific legacy to mark Canada 150, from members of the Royal Society of Canada.
Michael Redhill wins the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize for Bellevue Square
As It Happens
Nebraska regulator who voted against new Keystone XL route says residents aren't getting 'a fair shake'
The Rise of the Anti-Establishment: Where do we go from here?
'I will never put an institution over human lives': A black Baptist minister acts against white supremacy