One of the American objectives for the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement appears on a collision course with privacy laws in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. Should it matter where governments keep their…
A new series of lawsuits may have a tough time proving major energy companies helped cause and cover up climate change â€” but they have a better chance now than ever, a University of Calgary environmental law professor…
New satellite data has found numerous volcanic deposits across the moon that add to the growing weight of evidence that there's a surprising amount of water beneath its barren-looking surface.
As It Happens spoke to an artist who works exclusively in MS Paint about Microsoft's decision to kill the 32-year-old program.
A product design student in the U.K. has come up with a 3D-printed thumb, worn next to the pinkie finger and controlled by sensors in the shoe, to extend the user's natural abilities.
How a 25-year-old from Trois-Rivieres, Que., became the mastermind behind the largest dark web marketplace in the world.
It was a sunny July day on the Prairies when Laura Reeves witnessed the slow death of a secretive amphibian in southeastern Manitoba that isn't found anywhere else in Canada.
New research published in the journal Current Biology finds that elephant seals identify breeding rivals by the rhythm of their vocal calls, much the way humans can discern accents and vocal tone.
In an innovative blow against illicit internet commerce, cyberpolice shut down the world's leading "dark net" marketplace, AlphaBay â€” then quietly seized a second bazaar, the Hansa Market, to amass intelligence on illicit…
Deforestation dropped by more than half in Ugandan villages where land owners were paid about $28 per hectare each year if they preserved their trees, according to the study from U.S. researchers published in the journal Science.