Kayakers at St. Martins say they were surprised to spot a shark swimming about 50 feet from them in the water near the sea caves on Wednesday.
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Conservation officers rescued the animal found in Maple Ridge in a bit of a jam (jar).
Canadian wildlife conservation photographer Shane Gross has won awards for capturing ocean life and humanity’s impact on it. He tells The National’s co-host Andrew Chang about his mission to create emotional connections with his photographs that will hopefully lead to lasting change. Host/Reporter: Andrew Chang Producer: Sean Brocklehurst Camera/Editor: Jared Thomas
A Florida teen identified as the mastermind of the scheme that gained control of Twitter accounts belonging to politicians, celebrities and tech moguls in order to scam people out of more than $100,000 US in Bitcoin has pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of fraud.
The chemical compound ammonium nitrate is believed to have been the cause of the devastating explosion in Beirut on Tuesday. But how can such a chemical cause such a massive and destructive blast?
Vaccine development normally takes years, if not decades. But scientific teams around the world are aiming to develop a COVID-19 vaccine in 12 to 18 months. Here’s how they’re speeding up the process and why they think a vaccine produced this fast will be just as safe as any other.
The federal government’s new COVID Alert app doesn’t offer 100 per cent privacy and could allow some who test positive for the coronavirus to be identified, particularly those who live in small communities or who don’t interact with many people.
Video-sharing app TikTok has updated its content policies to curb misinformation on its platform ahead of the presidential election in the United States, the company said on Wednesday.
Indigenous leaders in the N.W.T. and northern Alberta are “angry” about a joint decision between the federal government and the province of Alberta to slash the budget for environmental monitoring in the oilsands.
Seventy-five years after two nuclear bombs were dropped in Japan — killing hundreds of thousands of people in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki — one small community in the Northwest Territories is still haunted by its connection to the blasts.