No, Canadian lakes aren't going to start looking like big bowls of JELL-O, but they are becoming the homes of a stunning number of jelly-coated organisms that compete with plankton for food and other resources. That's alarming news for researchers, who worry that this imbalance is putting vital ecosystems in trouble.
One of two long-lost British explorer ships that mysteriously vanished in the Arctic in 1846 was recently discovered, Canada's prime minister announced Tuesday, possibly solving one of history's biggest puzzles.
In a rather unusual study, a group of indigenous people has mapped out a "grizzly highway" that stretches hundreds of miles through British Colombia, shedding light on bear populations in the area.
Canada hasn't put a man into space in over a year, and likely won't do so until 2019. In the meantime, the country's space agency has elected to serve as a "hub" for the private sector's space goals instead.
Scientists say they've found bacteria growing in the Canadian arctic at below freezing temperatures, making it the coldest environment bacteria have ever been found to grow in.
Aboard the International Space Station, hundreds of miles above the earth, astronauts are conducting important science experiments and some, well, not so important ones that are proving to be just as fascinating.
There were more small meat-eating dinosaurs in western Canada and the United States than previously thought.