If a national crisis like COVID-19 can’t push the government to kickstart action aimed at meeting its promises on national broadband, it’s unclear what can, writes Erin Knight.
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Sky-darkening wildfires that took at least six lives and forced tens of thousands of people from their homes blazed throughout California on Friday as firefighting resources strained under the vastness of the infernos authorities were trying to control.
A brand new giant panda cub is sparking pandemic-fuelled panda-mania, and officials at the National Zoo said traffic on its livestream spiked 1,200 per cent over the past week.
Officials with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the N.W.T. say so far they’ve found an “iron bacteria” in water samples, but it could be other phenomenon too.
Thousands of people were under orders to evacuate their homes in regions surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area Wednesday as nearly 40 wildfires blazed across California amid a blistering heat wave now in its second week.
Singer-songwriter writer Neil Young once sang “I wanna live with a cinnamon girl,” but while the colour is certainly eye-catching, residents of a Fort St. John neighbourhood don’t quite share the same attraction for the cinnamon-coloured black bear that’s been dropping around lately.
In a warm shallow sea about 240 million years ago in what is now southwestern China, a large dolphin-like marine reptile attacked and swallowed an almost equally big lizard-like marine reptile in a savage encounter that left both beasts dead.
The satellite that provides internet to Haida Gwaii has reached the end of its life, and while some residents can switch to another service provider, others are left with no options.
Back in the spring, craft brews in Alberta went head-to-head at the 2020 Alberta Beer Awards — one company took samples for a deeper look into makes an award-winning brew.
The Alberta government passed two temporary amendments to hunting regulations earlier this month in an effort to increase business for guides and outfitters, an industry that has struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic.