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It was the courage of soldiers like Jim Wilkins who put a face on an invasion that allowed the world to hope again.
Murmurs among scientists are that, with the rapid thawing of the world’s icy regions, glaciers are likely at a tipping point
The tragedy last week of six dogs dying in the back of a pick-up truck is a harsh reminder of the care dogs need as temperatures warm up.
According to a recent survey, 46 per cent of Americans are tipping less and keeping tips under 20 per cent of the bill.
Forty years later, foreign temps are snapping up routine jobs right under Canadians’ noses and some employers are laying off local employees
Keeping these highly intelligent, sensitive, far-roaming animals in something akin to a bathtub has raises troubling ethical issues.
With diligent research, a lot of things have gone right for the humpback whale; we should be celebrating that it is no longer endangered.
According to the Invasive Species Council of B.C., European fire ants are among the 100 world’s worst invasive species.
This election is a strong statement from Quebecers that, for them, the status quo is working.
One of the greatest concerns coming out of the report is the impact of a changing climate on food production
Landslides and land instability profile the Chilliwack region with the potential for dire consequences.
The search for flight MH370 has become the biggest in aviation history. 26 countries are scouring a region 7.7 million square kilometres
Unvaccinated children are susceptible to measles and can pass it along, especially to babies who are too young to receive the vaccine.
Some scientists call forecasting a chaotic system; that the tiniest factors at any moment can have a huge impact on the weather to come.
A new discovery in Kootenay National Park will take fossil exploration and understanding to a whole new level.
Four years ago the biggest issue for the Vancouver Winter Olympics was snow. For Sochi’s Winter Olympics, it’s security.
Are Canadian scientists being muzzled? Yes. And badly.
Psychologists who study this stuff have sage advice about defining the goal, staying on track, and using some powerful mental toughness.
No doubt 2013 was a fascinating roller-coaster year of news stories, tragic events, and political dilemmas.
Nelson Mandela truly symbolized that one person really can make a difference.