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30,000 shipments of nuclear waste would move through Ontario cities, farmland under draft plan
A proposed transportation plan by Canada's nuclear industry would see up to 30,000 shipments of highly radioactive spent nuclear fuel rods travel through some of Ontario's most densely populated communities over four decades, starting in the 2040s.
Investigators puzzled by large numbers of sick, dead crows in Charlottetown
A team at the Atlantic Veterinary College in P.E.I. is working to identify why large numbers of crows in Charlottetown are being found sick or dead in the Victoria Park area.
Roberta Bondar flew into space 30 years ago and never saw Earth the same after that
It's been 30 years since Roberta Bondar was strapped into a five-point harness on the space shuttle Discovery and blasted into space and into fame as Canada's first female astronaut.
Iqaluit seeks alternative water source after recurrence of fuel odour issue
In an update posted to social media on Sunday, the city says the water that's been tested remains safe under Canadian guidelines.
Fabled water bomber once used to fight B.C. wildfires on sale for $5M
Cougars moving into Manitoba slowly but surely, zoologist says
Anemia could be a challenge for astronauts, new Canadian study suggests
Permafrost threatening infrastructure in Arctic
Microplastics accumulating in rivers and in the air but solutions are available
'People need to get their hands dirty': Newfoundland diver cleans ocean floor, one discarded tire at a time
What on Earth?
As cities ban natural gas to cut emissions, Ontario is expanding its gas network
Plants can't adapt to climate change when seed-dispersing animals are lost
Ottawa must work with Indigenous communities to mitigate climate disasters, experts say
5 things you can do right now to help save the planet
2021 was 6th warmest year on record, NASA and NOAA find. Canada definitely felt the heat
Canada will need more electricity to hit net-zero: IEA report