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Thousands of salmon fry released in B.C. river to restore populations devastated by Big Bar landslide
Monday’s effort is part of an ongoing release of 101,000 chinook salmon fry that Fisheries and Oceans Canada says will avoid the early life stage mortality in the first year of a salmon’s life.
Canadians who rely on Line 5 on edge as Michigan's deadline looms to shut Enbridge pipeline
Southern Ontario workers who benefit from Enbridge's Line 5 are anxiously watching what's playing out this week in Michigan, which has given the Calgary-based firm until Wednesday to shut down the pipeline — a move backed by Indigenous groups, but would cut off a major source of fuel for Ontario and Quebec.
How COVID-19 vaccines developed in China, Russia and elsewhere could impact the pandemic
Countries such as China, Russia, India and Cuba are developing and distributing their own COVID-19 vaccines, marking a biotechnology milestone for many of them. Here’s a closer look at how they’re doing it and what that means for the world.
Fear of climate change rust belt has governments considering carbon border levy
Cyberattack on U.S. pipeline linked to criminal gang
Electric school buses hit the road in B.C.
Parks Canada caribou captive breeding proposal gets OK from review panel
Scientists seek to understand increase in grey whale deaths on West Coast
China says rocket debris lands in Indian Ocean, but most burns up in atmosphere
Did this message in a bottle really come from the Titanic? Quebec researchers are trying to find out
Why some say waiving COVID-19 vaccine patents could help fix disparity issues
Genetically modified grass can suck toxic explosives out of the ground
Dutch researchers train honeybees to detect COVID-19
Blue-green algae to be investigated as possible cause of mystery neurological disease
Animals 'rarely avoid' mating with relatives, new study says
Norwegian company develops fully electric motorboats
Listen to the Ingenuity helicopter humming through the Martian air
China says there is little threat of rocket causing harm as it returns to Earth
Bird-like dinosaur could hunt in total darkness, pointing to thriving prehistoric 'nightlife'
What on Earth?
Reusable takeout options are popping up across Canada
DNA used to ID sailor from doomed 1845 Franklin Expedition with living relative