What is killing Sable Island’s horses?
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What is killing Sable Island’s horses?

A team of researchers that has travelled to Sable Island for the past two years…

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How the navy’s ‘grim reaper’ scraps Canada’s old military ships
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How the navy’s ‘grim reaper’ scraps Canada’s old military ships

If navy ships had nightmares, they’d be about Mike Stege. The friendly, bright-eyed civil servant…

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Scientists surprised to discover meteor exploded over Bering Sea in December
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Scientists surprised to discover meteor exploded over Bering Sea in December

On Dec. 18, 2018, a large meteor streaked across the sky over the Bering Sea…

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Fossilized ‘riot of worms’ in N.W.T. rocks make scientists rethink ancient sea life
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Fossilized ‘riot of worms’ in N.W.T. rocks make scientists rethink ancient sea life

The discovery of fossilized worm burrows in ancient rocks from┬áthe Northwest Territories is challenging what…

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Man charged with distributing live stream of New Zealand mass shooting
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Man charged with distributing live stream of New Zealand mass shooting

An 18-year-old man was denied bail at a court in New Zealand on Monday after…

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Orangutan blinded after being shot 74 times with air gun pellets
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Orangutan blinded after being shot 74 times with air gun pellets

An endangered orangutan with a young baby on Indonesia’s Sumatra island was blinded after being…

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Why shame prevents people from reporting cybercrime
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Why shame prevents people from reporting cybercrime

Embarrassment has become an obstacle in the Halifax Regional Police force’s efforts to understand how…

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UBC study shows honey bees can help monitor pollution in cities
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UBC study shows honey bees can help monitor pollution in cities

Honey from urban honey bees can help pinpoint the sources of environmental pollutants such as…

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What’s happening to baby belugas? Quebec study aims to find out
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What’s happening to baby belugas? Quebec study aims to find out

Beluga whale females and calves have been washing up on the shores of the St.…

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Isn’t it time the internet started acting its age?
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Isn’t it time the internet started acting its age?

The web is turning 30 this month. But according to some experts, we’re still treating…

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