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While the lights lit homes and streets they bathed the world in an illumination of peace and renewed hope.
Overcoming this destruction will be a monumental challenge for Nepal, one of the poorest of Asia’s nations.
This Wednesday was Earth Day and the 45th anniversary of its launch in spring 1970.
Yes, the oil spill was serious. But the safety record off our coast is apparently pretty good
An earthquake will happen any time, any place, any season, and under any condition. Ready for that?
NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center has been recording warm waters off the west coast.
Before Bill C-51 goes any further, an independent review body needs to examine exactly what this Bill means and the extent of its reach.
Across Canada, firefighters risk their lives to keep our homes and our communities safe.
Bullying has always been a threatening fabric of society and dealing with it was pretty easy in pre-Internet days.
Not surprisingly there has been a growing push-back against the anti-vaccers who still seem to think that not vaccinating their kids is OK
Watching the climate trends, ski operators around the globe are aware that there are consequences for their enterprises in a warming world
Managing cougars has its own challenges, making protection of their continuous habitat a central driver to their conservation.
Here we are 40 years later still thinking it’s a good idea to shoot wolves as a conservation measure. Is that a good idea?
Like the mythical monster Hydra, the many heads of hardened jihadist cells and unstable loner terrorists will continue to threaten.
When HarperCollins released an atlas designed for English-speaking children in schools in the Middle East, something was missing.
With the sudden outbreak of bird ‘flu, the poultry industry is understandably on edge.
Last weekend’s cold outblast notwithstanding, this winter is potentially shaping up to be warmer and dryer than normal.
This month, First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition released their annual Child Poverty Report and the numbers are pretty grim.
Even in the few days it kept working, Philae has beamed back to Earth data to show that it has already detected organic molecules.
Sexual assaults are far less likely to be reported than other forms of physical abuse.