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Privacy experts say choosing life insurance tied to fitness tracking could have unintended consequences
Insurance giant John Hancock has announced a switch to 'interactive' life-insurance policies only, which offer incentives for things like wearing a fitness tracking device. Privacy experts worry these optional programs won't be optional don't the road.
Japan space rovers dispatched to surface of asteroid
A Japanese spacecraft has released two small exploration robots on an asteroid in a research effort that may provide clues to the origin of the solar system.
'Nail in the coffin': Oilpatch boosters demand Ottawa overhaul 'terrible' Bill C-69
Proponents of Canada's energy sector are raising the alarm about Ottawa's move to overhaul the environmental assessment process for major resource projects — warning that Bill C-69 could devastate an industry already grappling with constrained pipeline capacity and depressed commodity prices.
Science helps police close in on ivory cartels
Genetic analysis has helped to identify three major ivory cartels operating out of Africa responsible for 70 per cent of the $4-billion US global ivory trade.
waves of change
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Experimental net captures orbiting space junk
Why Stephen Harper's former policy director is defending Trudeau's carbon tax
How do you get people excited about augmented reality? Put it in a browser
Waves of Change
Ottawa aims to eliminate single-use plastics from federal operations
B.C. co-op develops tech to help prevent ODs — especially for those who use alone
13 metre-long sea monster skeleton cast installed at UBC
Researchers discover planet Vulcan from Star Trek — sort of
Dozens of birds fall out of the sky in mysterious 'mortality event'
How lunch with Bono led Steve Jobs to reveal he named a computer after his daughter
The hunt for online herb: Ottawa seeks clarity on hazy world of pot's cryptomarket
How zebrafish are changing the way doctors treat children with cancer
It's time to lose the 'negative attitude' about wasps, says researcher
Mars Opportunity rover's days are numbered — but not all agree they should be
65 million-year-old fossils found by scientists in Saskatchewan
'We can't wait': Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage
Get a sneak preview of a beautifully preserved, 'mummified' dinosaur named Zuul
Syncrude's 'bison keeper': 25 years of herding in the oilsands
Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal ecosystem