A new report out of British Columbia is warning that more than one in five species of Acer trees, commonly known as maple trees, are at a high risk of extinction and experts are calling for greater conservation measures.
Canadian ski resort operators planning for a season that begins in about two months are being forced to balance profits with protecting the health of their guests in view of a COVID-19 pandemic that shows few signs of ending.
Some independent scientists, technologists and science enthusiasts are designing 'do-it-yourself inoculations' against COVID-19 instead of waiting a year or more for a vaccine to be formally approved.
A new chapter for many Albertans began on a ranch just outside of Cochrane Saturday. The Wayfinders Wellness Retreat is a new approach to helping those on the frontlines who are suffering from trauma.
An online survey of Albertans who have reached out for help during the COVID-19 crisis suggests the pandemic is taking a toll on mental health, with increased signs of obsessive behaviour, stress and depression.
Canada could see as many as 16,000 COVID-19 deaths by the end of the year if current public safety measures don’t change, according to new modelling from the United States that has provided accurate assessments of the American death toll.
Being homebound for so long contorts the body, weakens the heart and lungs and even impairs brain function. This is what half a year of isolation, staying home and staying sedentary can do to your body.