There has been another cougar photographed just outside of Thunder Bay, Ont. On Monday evening, an adult cougar showed up on trail camera owned by Adam Massaro.
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European and North American cybercops, including in Canada, have joined forces to disrupt what may be the world’s largest network for seeding malware infections.
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From chameleon-inspired camouflage to clothing that mends itself when damaged, the Department of National Defence is looking to outfit Canadian troops with next-level gear that provides better protection — and less detection — on the battlefield.
Kamloops, B.C., resident Todd Mason was going to bed when he discovered a deer in his house. Mason eventually called the police for help.
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A carved stone pillar found at low tide on a beach in Victoria last summer is an Indigenous cultural treasure, the Royal B.C. Museum has confirmed.
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Globally, the abundance of oceanic sharks and rays dropped more than 70 per cent between 1970 and 2018, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. Of the 31 species of sharks and rays, 24 are threatened with extinction.
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Through the smartWhales initiative, the federal government is investing $5.3 million to enhance Canada’s ability to detect and monitor the presence of North Atlantic right whales in Canadian waters.
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With Montrealers already feeling the weight of the early stages of the pandemic, a visit from a humpback whale in the St. Lawrence River last spring captured many hearts. Ultimately, it died, and questions about what happened still linger.
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