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Soft-spoken engineer Jeremy Bridge has invented speaker technology that delivers high-quality sound to festival-goers while limiting its bleed into surrounding areas.
The movie industry is a hit-or-miss, high-stakes business. But some Canadian tech entrepreneurs believe they have a way to improve the odds.
We only know of one planet in our universe that harbours life: Earth. So it's logical that humanity has focused its search for life beyond our world on planetary bodies. But a new study suggests that we may be leaving out a larger chunk of the cosmos: moons.
A new study by Ontario researchers found that raccoons with easy access to human food waste were significantly heavier and had higher blood glucose levels than others.
Transportation Minister Marc Garneau announced measures to help in the protection of the southern resident killer whale, the North Atlantic right whale and the St. Lawrence Estuary beluga.
Messenger Kids has attracted criticism from some experts who argue that young children are not yet able to navigate the complexities of privacy and and social etiquette online. Facebook says the app was built with feedback from parents and experts.
The Hawaii Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in an appeal that could determine whether an embattled multi-nation telescope project can be built on a mountain Indigenous Hawaiians consider sacred.
Police in Tempe, Arizona said evidence showed the "safety" driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber was distracted and streaming a television show on her phone right up until about the time of a fatal accident in March.
A Newfoundland man learned the hard way that cars with advanced driver-assistance systems should have the system's cameras recalibrated after a windshield replacement.
U.S. mobile carriers are ending their relationships with third-party data brokers after it was revealed that the location of cellphone users in the U.S. and Canada could be looked up without their consent.
For Indigenous History Month, Twitter partnered with Anishinaabe artist Chief Lady Bird for a special edition Turtle Island emoji that can be activated using a selection of hashtags.
Koko became an icon for interspecies communication, meeting celebrities, caring for kittens and appearing in many documentaries.
Federal government and 14 B.C. coastal First Nations sign framework agreement around co-managing and protecting marine ecosystems.
More than 20 nations ranging from Canada to France to Britain to Pacific island states said on Thursday they would try to limit their greenhouse gas emissions more than already planned under the Paris climate agreement by 2020.
Forensic ornithologist Pepper Trail has been investigating the apparent rise in a black market trade for chuparosas: love charms made with the bodies of dead hummingbirds.
Emma Smith is a fourth year fine arts student at the University of Waterloo. This summer, she's leading a two-day camp for young Indigenous girls to get them excited about science, technology, engineering and math.
For the third time this decade, one of the world’s rarest whales has been spotted off the B.C. coast, but scientists say it’s too early to say if the species is recovering from being hunted to near-extinction.
University of Alberta researchers have discovered a new species of ancient underwater lizards in a fossil so well preserved they can see what it had for lunch.
The head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service is taking issue with claims the national spy agency isn't handling Canadians electronic data properly.