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8/17/2018

Unofficial trail in secret cave area of Johnston Canyon closed by Parks Canada to protect unique birds
In an effort to entice a unique bird population back to Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park, Parks Canada has closed a popular — but unofficial — trail.
Radio-Canada
8/20/2018

Dreaded invasive fish makes its way into Kejimkujik Park
An invasive fish species has been spotted inside Kejimkujik Park for the first time, drawing concerns that the park's ecosystem could be disrupted.
Radio-Canada
8/20/2018

Scientist invents system to track water levels in wells over internet
After more than 1,000 wells went dry in 2016, a hydrogeologist began building an internet-connected device to detect changing water levels in private wells.
Radio-Canada
8/20/2018

Renewable resort: Greek island to run on wind, solar power
When the blades of its 800-kilowatt wind turbine start turning, the small Greek island of Tilos will become the first in the Mediterranean to run exclusively on wind and solar power.
Radio-Canada
8/17/2018

Albertans snap photos of bumblebees for North America-wide study
Citizen scientists received hands-on training at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park in June on how to catch and collect bumblebees as part of a North America-wide species count.
Radio-Canada
8/17/2018

U.K. heatwave reveals previously hidden ancient farms, burial mounds
Weeks of dry, hot weather have revealed the outlines of several archeological sites across the U.K., including some dating back to prehistoric times. New aerial photos show settlements, field boundaries and burial monuments.
Radio-Canada
8/17/2018

World Wildlife Fund raises alarm about harmful grey water in Canada s Arctic
The WWF says new regulations are needed to make sure water used on Arctic ships is properly treated. A spokesperson says grey water can be even 'more harmful than sewage.'
Radio-Canada
8/17/2018

National Geographic says it went too far with emaciated polar bear video
One year after a controversial video that linked an emaciated polar bear to climate change, National Geographic has published an article on what went wrong.
Radio-Canada
8/16/2018

Elephants have one of the lowest rates of cancer in any mammal. Now, a new study from the University of Chicago reveals the elephant’s genetic secret and it’s inspiring new anti-cancer strategies in humans.
Radio-Canada
8/16/2018

If the world ate the USDA-recommended diet, there wouldn t be enough land to grow it
A new Canadian study suggests that if the world's population adopted a diet recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture there wouldn't be enough agricultural land to grow the food.

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