Yukon First Nation, hunting groups at odds over moose hunting

Na-Cho Nyak Dun Chief Simon Mervyn

The Na-Cho Nyak Dun First Nation in Yukon wants moose hunters to stay away from its traditional territory, but two hunting associations say there’s no need.


Nunavut greenhouse could teach scientists how to grow food in outer space

Tomato plants

The Canadian Space Agency says growing food in the North is similar to growing food in space. It’s training people in Gjoa Haven to help research food production in harsh environments.


Early sightings of Atlantic salmon in Fundy National Park an encouraging sign


Biologists at Fundy National Park are excited that eight salmon have been spotted in the Upper Salmon River, and hope it means there will be a good salmon run in the fall. 


Showdown between Split Lip and The Boss, 2 of Banff’s most notorious grizzlies, caught on camera

The Boss Grizzly

Canmore-based wildlife photographer John E. Marriott was just out for a bit of camping with his family when an epic grizzly showdown between Split Lip and The Boss began right next to his campsite.


Girl, 7, stung by Portuguese man-of-war at Lawrencetown Beach

Lawrencetown portuguese man of war

Kristy Legge said her daughter, Maria, was brought to the hospital on Sunday after being stung by a Portuguese man-of-war, which are popping up at beaches around Nova Scotia because of warmer water temperatures.


How Vancouver plans to cool down the hottest parts of the city amid global climate change


An army of volunteers will take to the streets to measure temperatures in neighbourhoods across Vancouver.


Arctic Energy Alliance, City of Yellowknife team up to make homes more energy-efficient

Yellowknife circulation pump

The Arctic Energy Alliance and the City of Yellowknife are launching a pilot project this summer to help 26 homes reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and cut their energy bills.


Have you spotted a satellite dish on a beaver dam? Here’s why it’s happening

Beavers with satellite

Beaver lodges with satellite dishes on top of them dot the Canadian landscape. CBC searches for their source.


Melting glaciers will bring instability to more than 1 million Albertans’ water supply

The Robertson glacier

A first of its kind study from the University of British Columbia has found that melting glaciers will bring water shortages to one in four people living in Alberta.