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Orbiters set for 7-year journey to sun-baked Mercury
Final preparations are underway for tonight's launch of a joint mission by European and Japanese space agencies to send twin probes to Mercury, the closest planet to the sun.
6 ways to do takeout — without the waste
Takeout is a great way to skip cooking and the dishes. But it often comes with a side of guilt about all the waste.
Astronomers find most massive structure in the early universe
An international team of astronomers has uncovered the largest and most massive structure ever discovered in the early universe.
2 charged after they allegedly fed Timbits to bears along B.C.'s Alaska Highway
Two people have been charged after British Columbia's Conservation Officer Service says they posted photos of themselves on social media hand feeding Timbits and hot dogs to bears.
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Earthquake sensor network aims to give B.C. crucial seconds to prepare for the 'Big One'
Facebook not legally liable in case where killer posted shooting video online
'Son of the blob': Unseasonably warm weather creating new anomaly off B.C. coast
'Wild West' of online hate could result from NAFTA replacement, associate law prof warns
'No time to be nervous': Cosmonaut, astronaut recount spacecraft mishap
By suing U.S. government over climate change, young people 'take some of that control into our own hands'
Canada to apply USMCA cultural exemption to trade in digital media
'Unprecedented low water levels' in northern, central B.C. raise fears for future of wildlife
Cleanup of wind and solar sites won't land at Alberta farmers' feet
'He's been suffering for quite some time': Rescued sea lion had gunshot wound in its head
MPs debate climate change after UN report warns of dire consequences
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, dead at 65
Parasite spread by cats threatens Quebec's endangered belugas, study shows
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