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Coastal GasLink failed to fix nearly 2 dozen environmental violations along pipeline route, B.C. officials say

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 18:53:50 EST

Officials have flagged numerous, ongoing environmental violations by Coastal GasLink that could harm sensitive waterways along the pipeline's route through northern B.C.

DFO closely monitoring North Atlantic right whales off Newfoundland

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 05:00:00 EST

The department is keeping a close eye out after several North Atlantic right whales were spotted off northern Newfoundland last month.

Rain after volcanic eruption hinders Indonesia's rescue efforts as death toll rises

Sun, 5 Dec 2021 05:19:15 EST

Rescuers were searching for survivors Sunday on the slopes of the highest volcano on Indonesia's island of Java after it was rocked by an eruption that killed at least 14 people, as smouldering debris and thick mud hampered their efforts.

Retreating glaciers could create new salmon habitat, B.C. study shows

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 15:33:33 EST

The retreat of glaciers in the Pacific mountains of British Columbia and Alaska could produce thousands of kilometres of potential new salmon habitat, a study led by researchers at Simon Fraser University shows.

Two students at Polytechnique Montréal reflect on how the tragedy shaped their paths

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 04:00:00 EST

Two engineering students reflect on how the 32nd anniversary of the Polytechnique massacre fuels their desire to inspire a new generation of women engineers and continue taking up space in the male-dominated industry.

SEC probing Tesla after whistleblower alleges company hid solar panel fire risk

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 10:18:10 EST

The U.S. securities regulator has opened an investigation into Tesla Inc. over a whistleblower complaint that the company failed to properly notify its shareholders and the public of fire risks associated with solar panel system defects over several years, according to a letter from the agency.

N.W.T. peatlands store 24 billion tonnes of carbon and are worth protecting, experts say

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 06:00:00 EST

An Indigenous environmentalist and an ecosystems scientist say the N.W.T. has a responsibility for protecting its peatlands, because they store a significant amount of carbon that will increase climate change if its released into the atmosphere.

Banned for decades, releasing oilsands tailings water is now on the horizon

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 04:00:00 EST

The federal government has begun developing regulations to allow oilsands operators in northern Alberta to begin releasing treated tailings water back into the environment.

N.B. whale researcher's stunning drone photos are turning heads

Sun, 5 Dec 2021 08:00:00 EST

When Gina Lonati was five years old, her family took her to Sea World in California, where she came face to face with a dolphin — and knew immediately that she had just glimpsed her future.

Meet the latest threat to Ontario's forests — and it's lurking just off shore

Sun, 5 Dec 2021 13:34:19 EST

It's quiet, it's deadly, and it's half a kilometre from the Canadian border.

How Indigenous pipeline resistance keeps emissions in the ground

Thu, 2 Dec 2021 14:17:11 EST

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we explore how Indigenous resistance is keeping carbon emissions out of the atmosphere and learn that there is a pecking order among birds when it comes to being fed.

The science says there's no difference between a dry or a wet cold. Sorry

Mon, 6 Dec 2021 07:00:00 EST

Each winter, the debate of dry cold versus wet cold rages on. But does the humidity actually make a difference? Turns out, it doesn’t.

Injectable gels could help repair heart tissue and spinal cord injuries

Fri, 3 Dec 2021 15:06:30 EST

Bob McDonald’s blog: Advanced new bioengineered materials could be used to help difficult-to-repair tissues heal.

Archaeologist whose research in Yukon made waves in science world remembered

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 07:00:00 EST

Jacques Cinq-Mars, a man perhaps best known for his research in some of the more remote parts of the Yukon, has died. His son, a colleague and a resident of Old Crow, where a large portion of his work took place, share their memories of Cinq-Mars.

Warmest fall on record for many Kivalliq communities set to break next week as winds shift

Fri, 3 Dec 2021 15:59:27 EST

The unusually warm weather hanging over the Kivalliq region of Nunavut is poised to end this weekend, but the lingering effects of the warmest fall on record for many northern communities have yet to be seen.

What is the N.W.T. doing to protect its 'globally significant' peatlands?

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 05:00:00 EST

Tom Lakusta, the manager of forest resources at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, said the territory is studying the impact wildfires have on carbon that's been collecting in the ground for thousands of years.

An Ontario lab is helping to make medals from a sunken Pearl Harbor battleship

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 04:00:00 EST

A Hamilton laboratory operated by Natural Resources Canada is helping mark the 80th anniversary of the Dec. 7 attack on Pearl Harbor in a project it says will bring its work "full circle." 

Canada's first homegrown COVID-19 vaccine shows high efficacy

Tue, 7 Dec 2021 07:00:00 EST

Canada’s first homegrown COVID-19 vaccine has shown high efficacy against infection during Phase 3 clinical trials, the drugmakers behind the plant-based shot reported Tuesday, fuelling hopes it could soon get a stamp of approval for use.

Total solar eclipse brings darkness to Antarctic summer

Sat, 4 Dec 2021 07:25:05 EST

Video released by NASA shows a total solar eclipse as seen from Western Antarctica on Saturday.

International Space Station swerves to dodge space junk

Fri, 3 Dec 2021 09:09:14 EST

The International Space Station (ISS) had to swerve away from a fragment of a U.S. launch vehicle on Friday, the head of Russia's space agency said, the latest in a series of incidents in which space debris have forced astronauts to respond.

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