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SpaceX loses its first crew capsule in fiery test incident
SpaceX has suffered a serious setback in its effort to launch NASA astronauts into orbit this year, with the fiery loss of its first crew capsule during testing.
Canadian researchers warn of 'cascading impacts' as bumblebee species decline
A team of researchers at York University has warned that the American bumblebee is facing imminent extinction from Canada, and this could lead to “cascading impacts” throughout the country.
Coyote co-existence policies mean pets are never safe, group of homeowners say
As coyotes increasingly take up residence in cities and towns across Canada, both provinces and municipalities have adopted "living with coyotes' policies. A group in Collingwood, Ont., is demanding action, saying governments are failing to protect their pets.
Moose nose and prairie oysters: Sask. farmer, chef say nose-to-tail cooking is a sustainable option
The concept of using all parts of the animal, from nose-to-tail, has environmental and sustainable benefits, says a Sask. farmer. She says there's a recipe for everyone, and a recipe for every part of an animal, if you're willing to get creative.
Why swim goggles might help astronauts' eyesight
Jason Kenney says he will revive Alberta's oil sector — but can he deliver in the age of climate change?
Sri Lanka blocks social media after Easter Sunday bombings
This trio of eagles — 1 female and 2 males — are raising a family together
'Is that even legal?': Companies may be sharing new credit or debit card information without you knowing
This is what happens to the e-waste you drop off for recycling
Why the long face? Human faces evolved to reveal emotions and communicate
Old and new science keep Notre Dame standing
Is there life 'out there?' How we'll search for traces of life on nearby exoplanets
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