Researchers have discovered an iguana-sized dinosaur cousin that roamed Antarctica 250 million years ago.
The Halifax Public Gardens' agave plant may be dead, but its legacy has the potential to live on in 158 seeds scattered among fans.
Giant rocks from space are falling from the sky more than they used to, Canadian-led research has found.
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we speak to journalist Gregor Macdonald about why 2018 was a pivotal year for electric cars, and why more places are investing in floating solar panels.
Consumer surveys published in the waning months of 2018 suggest that tiny, internet-connected, table-top speakers have finally gone mainstream.
Desk phones are going the way of the dodo in some businesses as more employees work from home or remotely, and companies replace assigned workstations with shared offices known as agile workspaces, where anyone can sit anywhere.
It's been a pivotal year for tech, as more information has come to light about the dark side of the tools billions of people use on a daily basis. And perhaps no company better epitomizes the current relationship between consumers and the…
Nine-metre waves are pummelling the northeast coast of the Avalon, putting coastal communities at risk for damage.
A group of computer science students at Memorial University are hoping to use computers and artificial intelligence to generate some jigs and reels.