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Record-breaking 30,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth discovered
A gold miner has found a 30,000-year-old baby mammoth fossil that is now the complete mammoth fossil discovered in North America.
Canadian govt. agrees to share UFO information the U.S. govt.
New letters reveal the Canadian government will now share information with United States government bodies regarding UAP and UFOs.
Adobe is going to release a free-to-use version of Photoshop
Adobe has already begun rolling out a web-based free-to-use version of Photoshop and is currently testing it across Canada.
UK Monkeypox cases double, new cases in US, Australia, France, & more
More cases of rare monkeypox virus have been recorded in the last week outside of Africa than since 1970 in at least 11 countries.
Canada will now prosecute those who commit crimes on the moon
Canada has passed an amendment to its Criminal Code, expanding its jurisdiction to allow it to prosecute crimes to the moon.
This country will ban the sale of new combustion engine cars by 2035
To combat climate change impacts due to vehicles with combustion engines, Canada is banning new sales of these vehicles by 2035.
Rare 'light pillars' photographed, onlookers shocked at phenomenon
An employee for an electricity company managed to photograph a rare light phenomenon that is described as 'light pillars'.
Carbon-tax rebates found to be largely misunderstood by general public
Published in Nature Climate Change are the findings of a new survey of Canadian citizens and the perception of carbon tax rebates.
NASA astronaut accidentally takes picture of an airplane from space
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station has accidentally snapped an image of an airplane flying over Alberta, Canada.
Female octopuses throw stuff at males who are trying to mate with them
Australian researchers have observed female octopuses throwing stuff at male octopuses who are attempting to mate with them.
Two planes, military and commercial spot bright alien-green UFO vanish
Two planes, one commercial and the other military, have spotted a 'bright green UFO' flying through the clouds over Canada.
Watch this large meteor that was 'too close' burst into a fireball
A large meteor burst into a fireball was caught on camera, and witnesses that saw it said it was 'too close for comfort'.
Lyft is officially open for service in Toronto, Canada
Lyft has officially taken their service to Toronto Canada marking their first expansion internationally.
200,000 Canadians cancel TV while TV companies increase prices
Cable, satellite TV under threat in Canada as more cut the cord, companies increase prices.
Expert says self-driving cars means more car sex
Self-driving cars have Canada's experts, officials concerned about attentive drivers, sex in cars.
'How to move to Canada' Google searches spike after Trump state wins
Trump state wins seem to have prompted Americans to seek refuge in Canada.
Ubisoft is getting taken over by Vivendi, wants Canada's help fighting
Vivendi might attempt a hostile takeover of Ubisoft through absorption by buying a majority stake in the company, and Ubisoft is calling on your help.
Apple Pay said to be launching in China, France and Canada soon
Apple Pay is said to be launching in China extremely soon with others predicting French and Canadian releases before the end of 2016.
Coding coming to British Columbia, Canada school curriculum
Second Canadian province adds coding to school curriculum, Britain and Australia already on board.
EA Sports with first female cover athletes in America, Canada
EA Sports has confirmed two female athletes will feature on Canadian and American FIFA 16 box art alongside Lionel Messi.
ESWC brings eSports action to Canada
Canada makes automatic software installations illegal
Canada cracks down on malware, ensuring a C$10m fine for any company that doesn't explicitly ask for users permission when installing software.
iHeart Gadget and App claims to predict heart disease and more
Vitalsines is claiming to help you measure your life expectancy and more with their new Indiegogo product and app made for iOS devices.
Canada rules electronic device use A-OK for all air flight phases
Transport Canada has given the go ahead to using electronic devices at all phases of a flight.
PS4 console, games and accessories gets a price bump in Canada
Sony did not give a clear explanation for hiking the price of PlayStation 4 consoles, games and accessories in Canada.
Court orders ISP to reveal information of illegal movie downloaders
Marked as a pivotal ruling, TekSavvy will provide information of 2,000 movie pirates provided Voltage Pictures meets all the court's requirements.
Copyright groups say Canada is haven for Internet piracy
Our friends north of the border are a fan of Internet piracy, according to a coalition of copyright groups.
Canada reaches for deep space with next-gen robotic arm
Canada develops a next-gen robotic space arm, will give them a hand in deep space.
Say 'Hello' to the Wii Mini now that it is officially confirmed
Nintendo officially outs the Wii Mini, only coming to Canada right now for $99.99.
Nexus 4 has LTE, but is exclusive to Canada, eh
Nexus 4 can actually handle LTE, exclusive to Canada.
Spotify to launch in Canada shortly, possibly looking at Asia and South America next
Music streaming service, Spotify, to soon launch in Canada, could also see the service launch in Asi.
Microsoft goes full steam ahead for retail stores, 44 total by June 2013
Microsoft to have 44 retail stores by June 2013, Canada gets one very soon.
Point Grey have a 4K-capable USB 3.0 webcam
Want a 4K webcam? Well, it's reality, Point Grey Research Inc. have one for $945.
Apple pass RIM's smartphone sales in Canada, RIM's own hometown
RIM gets overtaken by Apple for smartphone sales in Canada, RIM's own turf.
Microsoft opening new retail stores soon, will step over the border to Canada by the end of the year
Microsoft opening four new retail stores soon, will also launch in Canada later this year.
Chinese hackers launch cyberattack on Canadian government
Chinese hackers gain access to Canadian government systems.
Shuttle Now Shipping Pre-Built Desktop PCs at Leading Online Retailers in the U.S. and Canada