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ISS temporarily thrown out of control after Russian module misfires, NASA says

The International Space Station (ISS) was thrown briefly out of control on Thursday when jet thrusters of a newly arrived Russian research...

Are fake vaccine cards being used to enter Canada?

The debate surrounding the need for COVID-19 vaccine passports continues, but it seems some people are already looking for ways around the...

Moon ‘wobble’ effects on Canada’s coastal cities ‘right around the corner’: experts

As a new study from NASA points to a “wobble” in the moon’s orbit as being responsible for a potential rise in...

Canadian researcher completes rare achievement at Mariana Trench

A Canadian researcher has completed a rare achievement, sending a hi-tech machine designed at Nova Scotia’s Dalhousie University to the world’s deepest...

Will Canada’s COVID-19 babies face ‘immunity debt’? Here’s what experts say

For Leeanna Palumbo, maternity leave during a global pandemic has been secluded and mostly homebound. “I kept my bubble just to my...

Many tattoo inks mislabelled, raising allergy concerns: international study

A Sweden-based international study led by a researcher from Western University in London, Ont., found that the majority of tattoo samples tested...

Concerns grow over proposed mask factory in Dorval green space

Concerns are growing over a potential development in a green space in Dorval, northwest of Trudeau airport. The NDP is urging the...

What you need to know about Virgin Galactic boss Richard Branson’s trip to space

Virgin Galactic will become the first rocket company to launch the boss when Richard Branson straps into one of his sleek, shiny...

Hot, dry weather means fewer mosquitoes in Edmonton but more yellowjackets and ants

It’s been a rare, relatively dry season for the Edmonton area, which means fewer areas of sitting water in which mosquitoes can...

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