Scientists reveal the dark side of man-made water reservoirs, exposing that these dams produce a large amount of greenhouse gases -- particularly methane.
In a single photograph taken by an astronaut in the International Space Station, a mind-blowing shot of bright lights of northern lights was captured.
The legalization of marijuana is being done in different countries. With this progression, demands are being made by insurance companies.
A new type of bear has emerged in the Arctic because of climate change, researchers say.
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demands equality during his speech about banning transgender discrimination.
A Canadian airline volunteered to look after a passenger’s cat and made the furry feline a member of the airline staff.
Reef diving in Mozambique or a budget Italian escape in Malta? If you're tired of tugging amidst crowds of tourists, here are the most beautiful but rarely visited destinations for the summer.
A possible Vikings site has been recently discovered on the island of Newfoundland, with the site dating back to nearly a thousand years, and could alter history as we know it.
In an important campaign to bring in more research money for the unique population of belugas in the St. Lawrence, whose waters are downstream from the industrialized Great Lakes, sponsors are being found as part of the opportunity to "Adopt a Beluga." Wouldn't you like a blubbery, chirpy small whale?
Scientists from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, recently learned a little more about the elusive marine creatures known as narwhals by focussing on newborns.
In the seaweed-harvesting business on Canada's Prince Edward Island, Percheron and other draft horses still sometimes pull rakes through the surf to gather the plants.
Although oxygen build-up on Earth and in its oceans took longer than previously thought, it provided the essential burst of energy for animal growth on life, says a new study.
The 82-foot blue whale skeleton at the University of British Columbia's biodiversity museum was the subject of a 2011 Discovery Channel segment that hinted largely at terrible smells while the whale was being unearthed in eastern Canada. Recently, the skeleton received its first big cleaning.
One writer lines up a long list of scientists, doctors, and exercisers who have sought to learn more about walking and its effects on humans; as well as some pretty inspiring tales of long walks, such as a 3,800-mile series of walks by one doctor in all seasons, to show the power of believing in yourself.
A recent analysis of eight fossilized teeth revealed the true identity of a dinosaur species incorrectly classified years ago. It turns out that Dimetrodon borealis actually represents the first Canadian Dimetrodon, or terrestrial animal with steak knife-like teeth.