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Candid photos of rare eagle visiting Gaspé peninsula snapped by father-son duo

The Steller's sea eagle seen flying on both sides of the Baie des Chaleurs — in New Brunswick and in the Gaspé —...

Grassy Narrows to get $68.9M more from Ottawa for centre to care for people with mercury poisoning

Six decades after tonnes of mercury were dumped into the Wabigoon River, Grassy Narrows First Nation has reached an agreement with Ottawa for $68.9 million...

Rare black ground squirrel spotted in Banff alpine area

Calgary naturalist Brian Keating was hiking in the Sunshine Meadows in Banff on Friday when he saw something unusual: a black Columbian ground squirrel....

Nova Scotia’s shark derbies: Outdated or essential research tool?

The only shark derbies in Canada will resume in Nova Scotia next month and they're expected to once again attract hundreds of anglers...

‘Unusually large meteor’ briefly lights up southern Norway

An "unusually large meteor" briefly lit up southern Norway on Sunday, creating a spectacular sound and light display as it rumbled across the...

Climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons, larger area burned: expert

A combination of drought, heat and drier fuels is causing larger areas to be burned in British Columbia, says an expert. Kira...

Coyote sightings, fatal dog attacks up in Toronto this year

A coyote attack earlier this week in Scarborough left one dog with serious injuries. Dorothy Kwan's daughter Lily Kwan, 10, took their...

MUN archeology team offering to help Indigenous communities investigate unmarked graves

Lisa Rankin, research chair of Indigenous Community Archeology at Memorial University, is part of the working group offering help and support to Indigenous...

Eagle population flying high on P.E.I.

The flourishing bald eagle population on P.E.I. is being called a success story. At one point in the 1980s wildlife biologists could...

These adventure cats bring joy to their owners — and social media followers

Canadians have embraced the outdoors in droves over the past year-and-a-half due to pandemic-related lockdowns — and their fluffy, tree-climbing, bird-watching feline companions have been tagging along....

How birding’s pandemic popularity is expanding data collection for science

When a freelance photographer recently saw himself with extra time on his hands and no humans to photograph, he turned his lens to...

Scientists fear for wildlife in Ontario’s boreal forest as wildfires get more frequent and intense

As wildfires continue to burn through northern Ontario's great expanse of boreal forest, smothering the deep greens and blues of the land, experts...
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Hudson’s Bay’s sale of orange shirts to support residential school survivors raises questions

As the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation approaches on Sept. 30, many Canadians are trying to purchase an orange shirt to honour the survivors and...

Vale rescuing 39 employees trapped in Sudbury, Ont., mine since Sunday afternoon

Thirty-nine Vale employees have been trapped underground in the Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., since Sunday, the company says.  The workers are safe and are...