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A new alert system is launching off B.C.'s coast to warn large vessels about nearby whales, with the aim of reducing the number hit by boats.
BlackBerry Inc. is making a play to integrate itself into smart cities and vehicles, announcing Monday that it has built a new service to provide infrastructure for vehicles and traffic lights to exchange information securely.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are searching the electronic devices of travellers more often, and do not always follow proper protocol, a new watchdog report has found.
University of Waterloo professor Donna Strickland has received her Nobel Prize in Physics during a ceremony Monday in Sweden.
Infrastructure Minister François-Philippe Champagne says national security must come first in deciding whether to allow Huawei Technologies to take part in developing Canada's 5G telecommunications network.
NASA's Voyager 2 is now the second human-made object to zip away from the sun into the space between the stars.
David Saint-Jacques, Canada's newest astronaut, gives reporters his first account of being above the International Space Station, saying it has been a bit of an adjustment but there have been moments he will "never forget."
Hollywood actor Ellen Page is doubling down on her criticism of a Nova Scotia pulp mill that wants to build an effluent pipeline into the ocean.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has come under fire for tweets about his meditation retreat in Myanmar and encouraging people to visit the country without mentioning what the United Nations has described as "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya Muslim minority.
An ecology group says the four-year-old whale, named Lorax, played with the log off Comox, B.C., for 45 minutes on Dec. 2.
Meng Wanzhou, the arrested executive for tech giant Huawei, says she's not a flight risk and has "longstanding ties" and "significant property holdings" in Vancouver, according to newly released court documents.
Negotiations at the international climate summit ended on a sour note, when the United States sided with Russia, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in blocking endorsement of a landmark study on global warming.
A beaver was captured on camera in northeast Italy, marking the first sighting of the animal in that country since 1471.
Rapper 2 Milly's lawsuit against the makers of the wildly popular video game Fortnite is raising questions about whether unique dance moves can be copyrighted.
A SpaceX delivery full of Christmas goodies arrived at the International Space Station on Saturday, following a slight delay caused by a communication drop-out.
For years, the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network has received funding under the federal Network of Centres of Excellence program. Now that 30-year-old program is being phased out.
If you have clear skies and are willing to brave the chilly temperatures, you might want to head to a dark site and look for a passing visitor.
One of the leading U.S. forensic experts says Canadian agencies are doing victims a disservice by using unproven DNA techniques instead of a surer method to identify suspects. But that method does come with some privacy risks.
China has launched a groundbreaking mission Saturday to land a spacecraft on the largely unexplored far side of the moon, demonstrating its growing ambitions as a space power to rival Russia, the European Union and the U.S.