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According to the Invasive Species Council of B.C., European fire ants are among the 100 world’s worst invasive species.
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
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.
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.
The stabbing death of a pit bull last week while being walked on Vancouver’s Kitsilano beach was tragic and could have been avoided.
According to the GCWI report, globally from 1993-2012 more than 530,000 people died as a result of 15,000 extreme weather events
According to the Geological Survey of Canada, southwestern B.C. is at high risk with a 30 per cent chance of a significant earthquake
Sen. Duffy with his speech to an audience of jaw-dropped senators threw down the gauntlet for the expenses scandal at PM Harper’s feet.
Canada’s veterans are getting short-changed with the New Veterans Charter that was released in 2006 by Veterans Affairs Canada.
Each of the last three decades has been successively warmer at the Earth’s surface than any preceding decade since 1850.
Environment Canada announces that it will issue an emergency order to protect the endangered greater sage grouse.
Almost everyone has affection for Stanley Park with their own take on what makes it special.
Herpetologists are largely responsible pet owners. But when something goes wrong, as we saw in Cambellton, the outcome can be catastrophic.
When the tragic story of Lisa Gibson broke, it was a horrific reminder of the extremes of postpartum depression.
Despite the stereotypical image of addicts shooting up in grubby back alleys, there’s good news that overall illicit drug use is declining.