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Up to a billion seashore creatures were cooked to death during B.C. heat wave, researcher says – BC

As many as one billion seashore animals along the Salish Sea may have died as a result of the heat wave in British...

More than a billion seashore animals may have cooked to death in B.C. heat wave, says UBC researcher

Chris Harley walked on to Vancouver's Kitsilano Beach in late June and smelled death.  Carpeting the sea rocks were tens of thousands of mussels, clams, sea stars...

Canadians want governments working harder on Indigenous reconciliation: USask researcher

A majority of Canadians believe that their governments have not gone far enough in advancing reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, according to the annual...

Culling cutlines, not wolves, key to preserving caribou herds: researcher

New research suggests wolves can be steered away from the endangered caribou herds they prey on by making the man-made trails they use...

Renowned researcher joins USask VIDO lab to study coronaviruses – Saskatoon

A renowned virus researcher has joined the University of Saskatchewan’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO). Angela Rasmussen — who is still affiliated with...
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Pakistan news channel fined for ‘derogatory’ remarks against women cricketer | Cricket News

The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) imposed a heavy fine of Rs 200,000 on news channel Neo News for airing "insensitive, demeaning, derogatory and hateful" content during...

What We Know About the Taliban’s Political Agenda

A month after seizing power following a lightning offensive in Afghanistan, the Taliban this week completed their interim government but their political agenda...