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Bird-like dinosaur could hunt in total darkness, pointing to thriving prehistoric 'nightlife'
Under the cover of darkness in desert habitats about 70 million years ago, in what is today Mongolia and northern China, a gangly looking dinosaur employed excellent night vision and superb hearing to thrive as a menacing pint-sized nocturnal predator.
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Reusable takeout options are popping up across Canada
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at innovations in reusable takeout containers and why some food lovers are taking beef off their menus.
DNA used to ID sailor from doomed 1845 Franklin Expedition with living relative
The 1845 Franklin Expedition to find the fabled Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic resulted in the deaths of nearly 130 sailors, and left more questions than answers. But 176 years later, a DNA match has identified the skeletal remains of a sailor aboard HMS Erebus.
Free divers stumble upon illegal crab traps off Vancouver beach
Albertans are hot for solar right now, even with the pandemic pinch
'Goodwill' money from proposed nuclear waste site pours into declining Ontario farm town. What if it stops?
Astronauts with disabilities can apply to Europe's space agency for 1st time
Homesteading lifestyle making a comeback in New Brunswick
SpaceX finally nails the landing of the rocket that will take humans to the moon
Tree poaching on Vancouver Island prompts spike in forest patrols
Antigonish's green dreams include net-zero carbon emissions
Cougar believed to be responsible for B.C. attack has been killed, conservation service says
U.S. supports waiving intellectual property rules for COVID-19 vaccines
Trillions of cicadas from Brood X set to emerge
9 babies born to Malian mother 'all doing well'
'It's powerful': London, Ont., woman finds 2 ancient weapon tips in her garden
Stalled project reveals archeological conflict between First Nations and B.C. government
Deer Lake family, park developer butt heads over environmental concerns
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