In a battle against unwelcome weeds, an Alberta air force base is recruiting a small army of cloven-hoofed troops.
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A newly published paper in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences speculates on why more great white sharks are being seen in Atlantic Canada in the summer months, especially off Nova Scotia.
Four years after its flames guttered out, the record-breaking Fort McMurray wildfire continues to astound — this time with its lasting impact on an extensive river system.
Canadians may now request that they not appear in Clearview AI’s facial recognition search results, days after the controversial U.S.-based firm announced it was pulling out of this country. But anyone making the withdrawal request must submit an image of their own face.
“Quest CCS is allowing us to produce lower carbon intensive products at our Scotford upgrader, and we really see that as a pathway to decarbonizing our industry and in support of the energy transition going forward,” said Sarah Kassam, a development and opportunity planner for the Quest project.
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rose for the 14th consecutive month in June, preliminary government data on Friday showed, heaping further pressure on President Jair Bolsonaro who is under fire for worsening destruction of the rainforest on his watch.
Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador sites were given international honours on Friday for their geohistorical significance.
Researchers from Nova Scotia are teaming up with New Brunswick scientists to develop antiviral packaging that would prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Canada’s highest court has issued a ruling today upholding a federal law preventing third parties, such as employers and insurance companies, from demanding genetic information from individuals.
Reliable datasets are needed to effectively model and predict what the environment’s future will look like and help us adapt to it, writes Vince Palace.