Mining giant Rio Tinto plans to install 6,600 solar panels at Diavik, northern Canada, in an attept to reducing their carbon footprint.
Namibia’s government is on strategies following the dropping of pups production following an EU ban on seal imports in 2009.
Ocean Gate’s Titanic submarine went missing just moments after its descend. Take a tour of the submarine here…
A French submarine operator and deep-sea explorer dubbed “Mr Titanic” among his crew and submarine has gone missing while exploring the wreck in the Atlantic Ocean.
The first group of more than 200 South African firefighters have been deployed to Canada’s province of Alberta early last week.
Contamination of food and water is a global public health concern – researchers are studying how it causes cancer.
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Canada’s jurists have publicly expressed their concerns that the proposed Israeli changes could undermine the rule of law.
Canadian federal police said Thursday they are investigating new rogue Chinese police stations in the Montreal area said to have been set up to carry out illegal policing operations.
The Canadian government on Monday banned TikTok from all of its phones and other devices, citing concerns about data protection.
A Canadian man has rescued a moose trapped in a fence after spotting the animal in distress as he drove past.
Canada’s Innu community announced it had filed suit against Quebec province’s state-owned power company, alleging it wrongfully destroyed the Indigenous group’s land.
The leaders of the United States, Mexico and Canada are expected to set aside simmering trade tensions and pursue deeper economic integration at talks on Tuesday that will also cover security and migration.
According to federal data, Quebec has the highest rejection rate of African students, with 70 percent from French-speaking African nations.
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Manhunt is Saskatchewan for suspects allegedly responsible for Canada stabbings comes to an end as Myles Sanderson dies.